The presence of nearby rainforest is known to measurably deplete the local atmospheric $\small\mathsf{CO_2}$ content, but how much would $\small\mathsf{CO_2}$-hungry crops reduce local $\small\mathsf{CO_2}$ and which crop would deplete it most? My guess is that maize would be among the most $\small\mathsf{CO_2}$-hungry crops. Could anything compete with rainforest?


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