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another ‘benefits of CO2’ on plant growth … even with saline stresses

Considerable science experiments with the use of elevated atmospheric CO2 show considerable benefits in plant growth, salinity tolerance and reduced moisture requirements. This is sensational news to farmers and horticulturalists. The surprise is the ability of plants to thrive with … Continue reading

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good news for CO2, part XC (90) …

The CO2 is harmful balderdash has pervaded Green logic agendas, without them once looking at what plants really like. Dr Ball, here puts the plants case, once more, just the latest of my 90 (previously 89 items) posts on CO2 … Continue reading

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benefits of higher CO2 shown in trials … the greening

Tropical tree research on increased CO2 levels show extraordinary increases in woody material. This scientific work has now been going for almost 2 decades, and the result is in, CO2 is a huge boon to the environment. Tropical Trees: How … Continue reading

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more CO2 leads to increased water-use efficiency …

Much more work on the connection between elevated CO2 levels, rainfall,  and water usage on crops, has been published, much of it on the  CO2 science website   Subject Index Summary Stomatal Conductance (Agricultural Crops): When the air’s CO2 content … Continue reading

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pigs in pokes, cat is out of the bag …

The IPCC remains condemned, pigs wearing lipstick and cats out of bags demolish IPCC pseudoscience. Dr Tim Ball: Buying “a pig in a poke” refers to buying an unseen piglet in a sack. The piglet was actually a cat, so … Continue reading

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coral wins with change …

One vulnerable coral type adapts to ocean acidification in just 6 months Credit: S. Ross et al., UNCW We already know that pH varies naturally across the oceans of the world. In some sites, it varies more in a single day … Continue reading

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Carbon is good…Greenpeace founder

…NZ Shock study, carbon is good. Patrick Moore: (Greenpeace founder) says Long live plants and humans, increase CO2! Climate Depot asked Patrick Moore to comment on the new results. Ecologist Dr. Moore pulled no punches in commenting on the new … Continue reading

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CO2 is plant food…part 66, for those who doubt

Memo to Doubters—I was Tempted to say “Deniers”—CO2 is Plant Food! Posted on June 30, 2012 by Anthony Watts Guest post by Indur M. Goklany This illustration from a recent article in Science magazine shows that CO2 is plant food.  It … Continue reading

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Extraordinary incompetence…gross, too

Making it up…like good little ideologues. But at a giant cost to the world’s ecoconomies. (error intended) The Gross Incompetence of Ben Santer & James Hansen: Their Non-Existent Global Warming Ben Santer & James Hansen have long been declaring that … Continue reading

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Professor William Happer…on CO2’s nonproblem

GREENIE WATCH: Distinguished physicist William Happer: CO2 is a nonproblem A letter to the editor of the Wall Street Journal from distinguished Professor of Physics at Princeton University William Happer is published today in which he states, “Even if we … Continue reading

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