Trees Communicate With One Another, Connected by Fungi (Video)
Plants Can 'Talk' To Each Other by Clicking Their Roots
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Sea anemone is genetically half animal, half plant
(Photo : Luke MacGregor/Reuters) New research has revealed that plants not only respond to sound, but they also communicate to each other by making "clicking" sounds.
need access to articles but they have a sample issue on line Trends in Plant Science | Vol 18, Iss 2, Pgs 59-116, (February, 2013) | ScienceDirect.com
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keyhole garden First made popular in Africa, keyhole gardens are catching on in Texas and other hot, dry places. Keyhole gardens hold moisture and nutrients due to an active compost pile placed in the center of a round bed. Although most helpful in hot and dry locations a keyhole garden will improve growing conditions in just about any climate.
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24,000 Vintage Cartoons from the Library of Congress Illustrate the History of This Modern Art Form (1780-1977) | Open Culture
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How to Kill Mold in a Garden
How to Kill Mold in a Garden | eHow
They're here! They're here! It doesn't get any better than this for the visually impaired...Awesome! The laser-powered bionic eye that gives 576-pixel grayscale vision to the blind finally hitting the market!
Tree Collards are one of the most amazing and interesting perennial veggies I've ever grown. After 20 years of growing them, I'm still amazed at their multi-dimensional nature. I'm excited to provide one of the first online overviews of all aspects of cultivation, propagation and preparation. My love affair with TCs has motivated me to send plants to six states. The TC has put a spell on me! (See Michael Pollen's "Botany of Desire.")