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Cracking the code to 'the perfect plant' opens a path to saving the planet
Water beads on bamboo leaves growing in one of the greenhouses at Boo-Shoot Gardens in Mount Vernon. Because fields of bamboo sequester far more carbon dioxide and release far more oxygen than an equivalent stand of trees would, Jackie Heinricher believes the United States should lead the way in using it to combat global warming.