Legume crops can help reduce methane emissions from cows
Environment Global Warming Climate Change

Legume crops can help reduce methane emissions from cows

James Mwangi Ndiritu
James Mwangi Ndiritu

In 10 seconds? The world’s cows and other ruminant livestock emit more methane than some large countries. Scientists looking for a solution to cut back agricultural CH4 emissions have found some legume crops that can significantly reduce methane production by livestock.

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