How do wind turbines help crops?



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    Recent research done by scientists at the DOE (Department of Energy) and the University of Colorado suggest that wind turbines are helping crops in a myriad of ways. Wind turbines create more air turbulence which may be speeding up the natural exchange processes between crops and the lower atmosphere. This exchange may be helping crops by keeping them cooler, keeping them dryer, strengthening their defenses against fungal infections, and helping them grow faster by extracting more CO2 from the air. 

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