To be offered patent protection, a seed variety must not have been sold in the U.S. for longer than a year, or elsewhere for longer than four years. The variety must also reproduce reliably and be distinct.
Right now, farmers have to buy new hybrid seeds each year to ensure that each season's harvest is as vigorous as the last. But a new method of cloning seeds holds the potential to change all that.
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