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Brains on their way back-to-school benefit from the chemicals found in certain foods.
Next time you plant the garlic that's sprouted in your kitchen cupboard you could be contributing to the spread of exotic viruses.
The chocolate spread is taking a beating due to bad news about this year's hazelnut shortage.
Parasitic plants and their hosts may use genetic information as a language. Continue reading →
Bamboo -- technically a grass not a tree -- grows fast, captures carbon and can be made into pale ale.
The invasive species native to Japan and the Korean peninsula is no friend to forests or gardeners.
Pesticides known to kill bees, neonicotinoids, were found in over half of garden plants from local home improvement stores.
A once-in-a-lifetime event is happening in California, where an endangered enormous plant that blooms every 100 years readies to burst into thousands of flowers.
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