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Rising carbon dioxide is making the world’s plants more water-wise.

This is an interesting article on the heels of my webinar on Cover Crops and Climate Change.

I've read other reports of the earth "greening" a bit over the past decade or so and this seems plausible.

The effect this has on water, I think, needs to continue to be monitored.

Becoming a no-till farm has never been more important. Using cover crops to protect our soil health and keep moisture in our soil is certainly part of this equation for a greener planet!

From the article: "Water is the most precious resource needed for plants to grow, and our research suggests that vegetation is becoming much better at using it in a world in which CO₂ levels continue to rise."


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