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Plant breeding in the EU has helped reduce CO2 emissions over the past 15 years by 160 million tons.

Plant breeding in the EU has helped reduce CO2 emissions over the past 15 years by 160 million tons.

Without plant breeding, the EU would become a net importer in all major arable crops, including those we currently export.

Without plant breeding, the EU would become a net importer in all major arable crops, including those we currently export.

European plant scientists aim to increase harvest of key crops by 76 million tons.

European plant scientists aim to increase harvest of key crops by 76 million tons.

Eighty percent of the growth in oilseed rape harvest over the past 15 years can be attributed plant breeding.

Eighty percent of the growth in oilseed rape harvest over the past 15 years can be attributed plant breeding.

Without the last 15 years of plant breeding advances, today's potato harvest would be lower and more expensive.

Without plant breeding, Europe would need an extra 19 million hectares of farm land, causing major deforestation.

Without plant breeding, Europe would need an extra 19 million hectares of farm land, causing major deforestation.

Eighty percent of the growth in wheat harvest over the past 15 years can be attributed in plant breeding.

The annualised average reduction in CO2 emmissions achieved through #PlantBreedingEU over the past 15 years is 160 million tons.

The annualised average reduction in CO2 emmissions achieved through #PlantBreedingEU over the past 15 years is 160 million tons.

Plant breeding in the last 15 years has increased wheat harvest by 15%.

Plant breeding in the last 15 years has increased wheat harvest by 15%.

80% of the growth in #oilseed rape harvests over the past 15 years can be attributed to #PlantBreedingEU.

80% of the growth in #oilseed rape harvests over the past 15 years can be attributed to #PlantBreedingEU.

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