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The Alsace region has the only planting of genetically modified vines in France. Researchers have planted the vines in the hope of finding a way to battle the damaging "court-noue" virus afflicting a third of the country's vines.
"French scientist Jean Masson carefully unlocks the gate of a heavily protected open-air enclosure. Behind the fence and security cameras there are no wild animals or convicts, just 70 vines."

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