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(Daily Mail)   Finally a houseplant that even a Farker couldn't kill, assuming you remember to water it every 50 years   (dailymail.co.uk) divider line 1
    More: Cool, seedlings, Fark, photosynthesis, thriving, chemical industry, gardens, Royal Horticultural Society, Nigel Colborn  
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2013-01-25 03:08:50 PM  
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stupiddream: I wonder what the air inside that thing is like.  It has to be pretty pure oxygen by now.

/Obviously not a science type guy so explain it to me.


Plants absorb CO2, and release O2. The soil compost absorbs the O2 and releases CO2. I'd say it's probably exactly the same ratio as it was when he capped it.
 
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