A new wild strain of nopal cactus has been identified as having remarkable promise to solve the international dietary manganese deficit by increasing total prickly pear yield per area unit of soil. It was discovered growing on a single mountain chain that receives an unusual amount of cloud cover, precipitation, and bird migration. Plant geneticists have identified a single short gene sequence alteration that differs from current nopal catci already being cultivated in the surrounding area.
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