Agriculture and Technology

How plants compete for underground real estate affects climate change and food production

How plants compete for underground real estate affects climate change and food production

In a paper published today in Science, an international team of researchers led by Princeton graduate student Ciro Cabal sheds light on the underground life of plants. Their research used a combination of modeling and a greenhouse experiment to discover whether plants invest differently in root structures when planted alone versus when planted alongside a neighbor.

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