New Research on Crops and CO2 New research into crops and carbon dioxide levels suggests more carbon dioxide may not help plants grow better.
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New Research on Crops and CO2

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New Research on Crops and CO2

New Research on Crops and CO2

New Research on Crops and CO2

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New research into crops and carbon dioxide levels suggests more carbon dioxide may not help plants grow better.

Guest:

Donald Ort, professor of plant biology; research leader, USDA/ARS Photosynthesis Research Unit; University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign