Plants May Use Language to Communicate With Each Other, Virginia Tech Researcher Finds

It seems communication is key, not only for couples but for plants as well. Now, thanks to Virginia Tech professor of plant pathology, physiology, and weed science Jim Westwood, a novel new way in which plants communicate on a molecular level has been discovered. Now that it we know more about how they share information, Westwood says, “the next question is, ‘What exactly are they telling each other?’” See the exciting work Westwood and his team is doing, after the jump.

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