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September 20, 2016
Non-verbal language makes up much of human communication, and can take many forms. One way of communicating something about ourselves is scent, be it by conscious means, like deodorant and perfume, or subconscious means, like pheromones that attract or repel.
It turns out that trees communicate in largely the same way. Over the years, scientists have observed that trees protect one another and thrive by sending messages through scent.
Peter Wohllebeln writes at length about this intricate network of aromatic messaging between trees on The Sydney Morning Herald:
Read the full article here.
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