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It is very helpful to  dedicate and program the stones & crystals  you will be using to heal your pet.   Here are a few suggestions on how to use stones and crystals to heal your pet.  (These are...

It is very helpful to dedicate and program the stones & crystals you will be using to heal your pet. Here are a few suggestions on how to use stones and crystals to heal your pet. (These are...

The roots of prairie plants (Source: Wikimedia Commons.)

I’d like to bring to wider attention an article series, The Roots of Bioinformatics. The roots of prairie plants (Source: Wikimedia Commons.) Hold up. Before experimental biologists run away, you’re some of the people I’d like this to reach! At a recent bioinformatics meeting I attended, a senior experimental biologist from overseas commented to the effect that it was hard for bioinformatics researchers to build their own careers, to publish their own papers. My take on his comment was that…

One square yard of prairie soil may contain 20 linear miles of roots and root hairs! #prairiefactspic.twitter.com/90x7RX0NEQ

“One square yard of prairie soil may contain 20 linear miles of roots and root hairs! #prairiefacts”

Taraxacum officinale - Root System Drawings - Wageningen University & Research - Image Collections

Taraxacum officinale - Root System Drawings - Wageningen University & Research - Image Collections

Turf grass has a very shallow root system compared to these other plants recommended for erosion control.

Find information on reducing coastal erosion and storm damage while minimizing impacts to shoreline systems from the Massachusetts Office of Coastal Zone Management (CZM).

What does it mean when weeds compete? (gardening for beginners forum at permies)

Do weeds compete for: moisture, nutrients or light? If plants compete for water, wouldn't this have the opposite effect of conserving water?.

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Roots. This is why it's so hard to dig out a tree - stump then?!¬ I thought it was just Me being pathetic!

Discovering the work of Arnold Kenseth – a poet, liturgist and preacher from Massachusetts – has been for me one of the real joys of the past two years. For that discovery I owe a debt to my dear f…

In botany, that part of a plant normally underground. Its primary functions are anchorage of the plant, absorption of water and dissolved minerals and conduction of these to the...

root, in botany, that part of a vascular plant normally underground. Its primary functions are anchorage of the plant, absorption of water and dissolved minerals and conduction of these to the stem, and storage of reserve foods. The root differs from the stem mainly by lacking leaf scars and buds, having a root cap, and having branches that originate from internal tissue rather than from buds. The primary root, or radicle, is the first organ to appear when a seed germinates. It grows…