Plants are much more complex than we usually assume and both their ability to analyze the environment and their ability to adapt to continuous changes are the key to their evolutionary survival. Every day more scientists recognize that there is a certain “intelligence” in the plants since they are organisms that not only communicate with each other in the distance through the emission of chemical substances, but there is a whole “language” that allows for the continuous communication between the different parts of the plant.

Knowing and understanding this “language” is a valuable tool for any agronomist who wishes to contribute value to the field by increasing productivity and reducing production losses.

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