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an interspecific cross between a cultivated coffee species Coffea liberica
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> Subject: Re: GM coffee seen hard to swallow
> That's all silly because there already is a coffee tree that has very
> little or
> no caffeine. I don't remember which--I do remember telling one of the ag
> bigwigs at UC Davis about it, years ago.
> by the way, Beth, I see you are not going to do that superduper paper any
> so what is it you are going to do? I always read every word of it, very
> Beth von Gunten wrote:
> > Genetically modified coffee seen hard to swallow
> > PHILADELPHIA, PA, May 2 (Reuters) - Researchers may eventually be able
> > genetically modify coffee plants to resist insects or produce
> > coffee beans, but public resistance could delay such developments for at
> > least 10 years, a Monsanto Co (MTC - news) specialist said on Sunday.
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