There is much unknown in regard to climate change and plants and especially plants grown in closed, controlled spaces where testing can be performed to determine how isolated, independent compounds can influence growth, including irrigation and leakage of supplemented water into and from deep roots and to neighboring plants.
It is known however that VOCs are emitted by plants to call for water and soil necessary for survival, including during droughts. VOCs can also warm or cool immediate environments.
Rewetting of fallen leaves and parched soils is also known to increase levels of carbon in the lower atmosphere which may be seen as a natural, unharmful process in moderation that feeds foliage that provide people with more oxygen.
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