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| Crop plants with inbuilt
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Some crop plants have an inbuilt massive advantage over weeds. Plus they can share this advantage with your other plants. Pasture legumes are special
Similarly, clover in a suburban lawn gets up above the low-growing grasses and exploits more air, light and space as a result of its initial advantage of having nitrogen fixed by the rhizobium in its roots. Some home lawn growers see clover as a weed because it is not a grass.
To me it is a beneficial plant in a lawn or in almost any other situation. I can't think of a time when I wouldn't want clover unless it was replacing or interfering with what I was growing. And even then ...
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not the most intelligent, but
those who are the most adaptive to change
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|Wheat grains will stay attached to the plant up to and through harvesting. They are designed not to separate from the head until they are inside the harvester and being threshed. A wheat variety that lost its seeds progressively rather than retaining them until harvest would not be attractive for farmers and thus the breeder would reject it.|
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