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Episode 310: Understanding how plants communicate

Plants can deliver messages to insects or other plants.

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Episoded 310: Understanding how plants communicate

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It’s already known that plants can deliver messages to insects or other plants. University of Arizona plant sciences professor Rebecca Mosher says there might be a way for humans to talk to plants as well.

Rebecca Mosher spoke with Tim Swindle, director of the University of Arizona Space Institute.

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