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(C) Peter Welters 2011 - Industrial Plant BiotechnologyPlants are Nature’s Best Chemists

Industrial plant biotechnology is an interdisciplinary toolbox which combines the best approaches in conventional as well as organic agriculture, in industrial production, plant molecular biology, and engineering.

In a vivid account Peter Welters, CEO of Phytowelt GreenTechno-logies and veteran in the field describes what it has to offer to chemicals, pharma, textile, energy, cosmetics, and food industries – including competitive pricing to synthetic chemicals. Published first in 2011, the article providing a detailed overview is still up to date.

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