PNNL scientists are collaborating with researchers in Australia to study “resurrection” grass, which could lead to drought-resistent crops. Tripogon, native to Australia and found in Texas and Arizona, can quickly recover after losing as much as 90 percent of its moisture.
PNNL scientists are collaborating with researchers in Australia to study “resurrection” grass, which could lead to drought-resistent crops. Tripogon, native to Australia and found in Texas and Arizona, can quickly recover after losing as much as 90 percent of its moisture. PNNL photo
PNNL scientists are collaborating with researchers in Australia to study “resurrection” grass, which could lead to drought-resistent crops. Tripogon, native to Australia and found in Texas and Arizona, can quickly recover after losing as much as 90 percent of its moisture. PNNL photo