By Timothy Gardner NEW YORK, Feb 24 (Reuters) - Souped-up microscopic fungi could help cut the U.S. gasoline habit by converting a billion tons of agricultural waste into domestic fuel, while also slashing greenhouse gas emissions. As if that isn't enough, the concept has the blessing of the president -- an ex-oilman. On a tour of the Midwest this week, President George W. Bush reiterated that he wants to wean the United States off its "addiction" to imported oil, partly by funding ...
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