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  • Trees growing on the Silicon Valley test site at the start of their third season. The second and fourth trees (from left) have been given microbes and are growing faster than the poplars with no microbes (first and third trees, from left).
    Michael Blaylock/Edenspace Systems Corporation
    Trees growing on the Silicon Valley test site at the start of their third season. The second and fourth trees (from left) have been given microbes and are growing faster than the poplars with no microbes (first and third trees, from left).
  • The darker, taller poplar trees shown at the test site at the end of their third season were inoculated with microbes, while the shorter, lighter-green trees (center row) were not given the bacteria.
    John Freeman/Intrinsyx Technologies Corporation
    The darker, taller poplar trees shown at the test site at the end of their third season were inoculated with microbes, while the shorter, lighter-green trees (center row) were not given the bacteria.




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