Our relationship with plants

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Angela Helleren
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Our relationship with plants

Post by Angela Helleren » Thu Aug 12, 2010 4:54 pm

ABC recently showed the documentary series- The Botany of Desire.

I hope many of you also caught this interesting doco , if not you can view episode 1,2, http://www.abc.net.au/iview/#/docs
Tracing the history of just 4 plants, the apple, potato, marajuana and tulip - the importance of planting a variety of within species to produce better crops naturally!
Couldn't help but think how it also relates to animals. I've always preferred mutts over pedigrees - less likely to suffer breed specific problems and less attitude! :lol:

Many hands make light work.
Unfortunately, too many hands stirring anti clockwise, has spoiled mother natures recipe.
Back to basics.

Ian James
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Location: Avon West Australia

Re: Our relationship with plants

Post by Ian James » Sun Aug 15, 2010 11:03 pm

Awww thanks, I'll take that as a complement!

With my pedigree, bitza.... it's all mutt! :D

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