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Tinkering with time-tested arrangements turns plants into botanical slackers.
An awful lot of crops grown in the developed world eat a botanical version of this diet—main courses of conventional fertilizers with pesticide sides.
Tinkering with these time-tested and co-evolved arrangements, however, can turn plants into botanical slackers.
So long as a supply of organic matter replenishes the soil, it powers the cycle of eating, pooping, and dying among soil life that supports the entire botanical world.
In his twenties, he began to study art and music in Simpson College, and gained notice for his drawings of botanical experiments.
One of their regular haunts was the Botanical Gardens, just outside Hamilton.
The G-20 leaders had a working dinner at the Pittsburgh Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens Thursday night.
Neither was the present season the most favourable for botanical pursuits.
Mr. Y. enters in his shirt-sleeves, carrying an insect net and a botanical tin box.Plays: Comrades; Facing Death; Pariah; Easter|August Strindberg
My botanical knowledge extends to about thirty of the commonest plants.
Dr. Baileys position in American horticultural literature is unique in that he represents the botanical side of horticulture.The Grapes of New York|U. P. Hedrick
The botanical gentlemen landed early; and I followed them to make the usual observations for the survey.A Voyage to Terra Australis|Matthew Flinders