Smelly hydrogen sulfide could be good plant food

Low-dose exposure to hydrogen sulfide has been found to enhance plant growth.

When used in small concentrations, the deadly substance, associated with several mass extinctions of species, has a positive effect on plant health.

Researchers are hopeful the discovery could boost global food supply and bio-fuel generation.

Read more at University of Washington

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