Plants Can ‘Talk’ To Each Other by Clicking Their Roots | Inhabitat

April 17, 2015

Plants Can ‘Talk’ To Each Other by Clicking Their Roots | Inhabitat – Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building.

Watch what you say around your houseplants — they can probably hear you, and they might even be talking about you. The idea that plants communicate with each other is normally based in science-fiction or fantasy, but new research out of The University of Western Australia reveals that this actually may be the case. UWA Postdoctoral Research Fellow Dr. Monica Gagliano has discovered that our green friends not only react to sounds, but they can also communicate with each other via “clicking noises.”

Read more:  Plants Can ‘Talk’ To Each Other by Clicking Their Roots | Inhabitat – Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building 

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