Did you know that plants can communicate with each other?




Did you know that plants can communicate with each other?


Scientific online journal BMC Ecology has published an article in which a group of Australian scientists said that plants can communicate through the production of so-called microscopic sounds. A further study of this issue has brought scientists to the fact that plants, like people, too, there are both good and evil.

Moreover, the “conversational habits” of plants may have a different impact on the growth of neighboring plants. The tabloid Daily Mail writes that the seeds are placed next to the “friendly-minded” plants grow faster and stronger.

This was confirmed by experiments with seeds of chili, which first sat down at the basilica, which was a very “friendly” to the growth of a new neighbor. In turn, the fennel was not very happy new neighbor (so to speak aggressively configured), chili seeds began to grow ill.


Dr Monica Gagliano

“These results show that some, as yet unknown mechanism for us in some way can positively or negatively affect the growth of neighboring seeds. The experiment showed that as a neighbor fennel seed chili is not the best option, “- says Dr. Monica Galliano.


Chili pepper plenty naobschalsya with friends

“We believe that the answer to this question may be associated with the acoustic signals at the nanomechanical level inside cells. Thus plants can communicate with each other “- summed up in a hurry scientists.

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Give us start a fashion trend in the advertising environment protection paired with the products Apple.

Honestly, I started thinking about it more after the release of the movie Avatar, where there several times emphasized the moment of contact with wildlife indigenous inhabitants of the planet. Searching the web a little bit of information – anything similar to the data found on Earth, but I do now. Now it would be good to raise the environmental protection trend by advertising communication plants together with some IT-giant, for example, Apple.

Fennel probably absorbs and “eats” all the nutritional veschestav contained in the soil and chili that grows nowhere near enough substance and therefore does not grow well. with basil and all the way around. That explanation is “unknown to us mechanism”
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