Tree resin could replace oil and gas in household products

Loblolly pine trees in North Carolina

Genetically engineered trees could supply the chemicals needed to make glue, paint, varnish and other household goods.

Tree resin could replace the oil and gas byproducts used in adhesives, cleaning supplies and other household goods. To lower the cost of resin, scientists want to…
via Popular Science ""


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