Chemical sensors will sense plants cries for help and save $33 Billion annually

Whenever you go down to the store and look at vegetable/fruit products you have to choose between taking the organic one, or paying less. In other words, you have to make a choice; health vs price. With this in mind, a new technology developed at the University of Georgia, will help save the world and sense plants cries for help. This will let farmers use only pesticide on plants that are being attacked without making them spray it on all their stock. If you convert this into money, it will save the whole world annually $33 billion and make organic food available for the masses.

Source: Engadget

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