competition between plant species
monique at mail.bio.tamu.edu
Thu Dec 2 11:14:42 EST 1999
Competition where? In the wild or in a garden? There are wild
mustards and some wild lettuce species, but I don't think broccoli is
truly wild anywhere, though it may persist for a bit in old gardens.
In an active garden, aren't the plants separated on purpose and cared
for to maximize the growth of each? That is not competition.
> I am writing a paper on competition between three different
> plant species; brocolli, mustard and lettuce. I was
> wondering if anyone could tell me where I might find some
> related studies on the internet that I can read.
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