Monday, April 27, 2015

The Internet of Plants

Research on plants continually reveals them as more active than anyone had thought:

"The more we learn about these underground networks, the more our ideas about plants have to change. They aren't just sitting there quietly growing. By linking to the fungal network they can help out their neighbours by sharing nutrients and information – or sabotage unwelcome plants by spreading toxic chemicals through the network."

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