PLANT COMMUNICATION, it's far more developed than you think! In this episode of The Unknown Zone, Judy Sellins and Dave Turco bring you the latest findings that show that plants not only communicate with each other, but they can see, smell and sense...even feel...things. Proven scientific documentation will show you that plant life is as alive as animal/human life is. The great Red Woods embace roots to help hold each other up, Acacia trees produce Tanin to defend themselves when animals graze on them. And when neighboring Acaias smell the tanin, they produce their own to protect themselves. Put fruit together in a plastic bag, and they will all ripen at the same time.(why fruit in orchards ripen at the same time). And the Dodder plant likes one plant...tomatoes...and finds them through smell. We'll talk about much more on our hour of the unusual, so join us and call in. You can also listen to our archives if you miss the show.
Remember, you won't find this in the main stream media and EVERYTING IN LIFE IS INTERCONNECTED!
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