Friday, January 28, 2022
HomeClimate411Plant Growth Takes A Steep Toll On The Soil – Supposedly

Plant Growth Takes A Steep Toll On The Soil – Supposedly

-

Wow! Who would have thought that? When a plant grows, it extracts nutrients and carbon from the soil and converts that into its roots and stem and flowers and seeds. That sounds like something I learned at age 11 in Mr Collins’s Biology class, but Mr Collins was not a Fellow at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory who worked on this research as a post-doctoral scholar at Stanford University, so perhaps I under-rated him all those years ago.

- Advertisment -

Related Articles

Caribou and Muskoxen Buffer Climate Impacts for Rare Plants

Large herbivores help rare species persist in a warming arctic

Mark Krebs on Energy Efficiency under Biden’s DOE (Part IV of IV: More Issues)

A. We have been weighing-in as best we can on pro-electrification dockets. Collectively, we have filed comments in several ongoing Federal energy and environmental dockets....

Joe Rogan, Jordan Peterson Slam Climate Predictions

Climate Blasphemy! Jordan Peterson, whose podcasts have had over 285 million views, and famous Actor / Comedian Joe Rogan who hosts the wildly popular...