Nigel Chaffey discovers that more plants thought to leave pollination to luck possess the power of puppetry.
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The discovery of ancient large maize corn cobs at the El Gigante rockshelter might change how we think about the earliest complex societies in Central America.
Inspiration for these plant-based blog items can come from the most unlikely of sources. This one in particular had a strange (and offbeat…) beginning. Whilst...
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Study says compensation schemes could help regrowth of biodiverse forests on collectively owned land
Until this item, the last launch of a new plant journal I shared with you was for the august publication Nature Plants (although in its 3rd year of...
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Nigel Chaffey finds a seasonal epiphyte with a head for heights.
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It seems we can expect the Arctic to go green in future years - but that won't be good news for species threatened by Climate Change.