Researchers reunite rare, long-separa...

Researchers reunite rare, long-separated plants

There are 1 comment on the Rome News story from Oct 1, 2012, titled Researchers reunite rare, long-separated plants. In it, Rome News reports that:

Deep in the woods of Northeast Georgia, an experiment in botanical match-making has succeeded - and babies may be on the way.

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icouldusesomehel p

Downey, CA

#1 Oct 1, 2012
These scientists should try to get long separated southerners to breed. Might improve the stock.

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