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While ordinary houseplants have little effect on pollution, two companies have developed genetically modified pothos plants that may have a bigger impact

Environment

27 October 2022

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There are now two genetically modified versions of the common houseplant known as pothos designed to enhance its ability to reduce indoor air pollution.
In Canada, Origen Air is already selling air purification systems containing a GM pothos. And in the US, Neoplants plans to start selling another GM pothos to consumers towards the end of 2023.
Indoor air pollution from cooking, cleaning and materials is a growing concern. Back in 1989, a NASA study found that plants put in sealed chambers containing very high levels of …

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