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Science of Gardening

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This rich site explores many aspects of the science of gardening, including soil chemistry, the history of domesticated plants, the many ways plants propagate, and how plants are bred for desired characteristics. Nitrogen-fixing bacteria are discussed, as well as why a soil's pH matters, and the symbiotic relationship between fungi and some plants is explored. Biodiversity and the seed collecting that helps preserve it is touched upon.

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