Subject: Why aren't beneficial plants as hardy as weeds?
Date: Sat Jan 16 00:55:58 1999
Posted by Allison Dent
Grade level: 4-6
School: Bakerview elementary
City: Abbotsford State/Province: B.C.
Area of science: Botany
Weeds always seem so tough and hardy while plants are often
fragile and weak by comparison. What is in the genetic makeup of
weeds that accounts for this, and why can't that component be
distilled and put into plant seeds to make them as tough as
Re: Why aren't beneficial plants as hardy as weeds?
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