Breeding crops with deeper roots could 'slash CO2 levels'

Writing in the Annals of Botany, Professor Douglas Kell argues that developing crops that produce roots more deeply in the ground could harvest more carbon from the air, and make crops more drought resistant, while dramatically reducing carbon levels. Full Story »

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by Glenn LaBauve - Aug. 3, 2011

interesting hypothosis.

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