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Author Archives: Robert Walters
To My Loyal and Disloyal Readers: Agrosphere Journal has moved to a new home @ agrosphere international. Please update your URLs if they point to the wordpress.ncsu.edu domain. Unfortunately, I’m not authorized to do a URL redirect for domains connected … Continue reading
Granted, the last two AJ dispatches were heavy hitting on the technical side of things. And apologies to all who skipped reading them which I’m sure is most of you. Now, how about sharing something a little more down to … Continue reading
If you’ve just landed here for the first time, this is a continuation of my October 17 grand opus Interrogating Plant Status in the Key of F where I pontificated, eruditely I hope, on the phenomenon of fluorescence emission induction … Continue reading
If plants could communicate with their tenders, what would they have to say? This isn’t the preposterous hypothetical question it appears because plants do in fact, speak a language, though no human ear can perceive it. The language of plants … Continue reading