A picture taken on September 29, 2017 shows a basket of vegetables at the Varieties Study Sector (Secteur d’Etude des Varietes – SEV) of the Group of Study and control of varieties and seeds (Groupe d’Etude et de controle des Varietes Et des Semences – Geves) in Brion, western France.
In Anjou, hundreds of seeds candidate for germination have been controlled for 30 years in all seams, from the DNA to the pericarp (envelope), before obtaining the right to spread throughout Europe. Behind the discrete walls of glass and concrete of the GEVES (Study and Control Group of varieties and seeds), in the suburbs of Angers, the seeds pass numerous tests. / AFP PHOTO / LOIC VENANCE

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