Over a quarter-century ago, Dr. Sherwood Idso stated in a small self-published book that if the airs CO2 content continued to rise, it would enhance plant growth and water use efficiency to the point that semi-arid lands not then suitable for cultivation could be brought into profitable production and that the deserts themselves could blossom as the rose. How is this prediction standing today?
Sherwood's son Craig Idso of CO2 Science:
Real World observations of ever increasing productivity throughout China. Net Primary Productivity increased in water limited regions. Net Primary Productivity of China’s vegetation will increase with the global increase of atmospheric CO2.
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