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on September 17, 2010

'Sleeping' Plants May Hold Key to Crop Production Surge

Scottish scientists believe they can radically improve crop and plant output by researching how plants instinctively conserve enough energy to stay alive during the night.

Scottish scientists believe they can radically improve crop and plant output by researching how plants instinctively conserve enough energy to stay alive during the night.

It is hoped their research could pave the way for improved methods to optimize the production of plants in the future. During daylight hours plants…

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