We’ve learned a lot about plants throughout this series, but there’s much more to discover. In this episode of Crash Course Botany, we’ll peek into the future of botany. We’ll consider current plant mysteries, bridges between Western science and traditional knowledge, and what it might take to garden on the moon.

Our Plant Elders 00:00
Plant Sensory Perception 1:35
Plant Communication 3:24
Plants in Space 5:06
Ethnobotany 7:11
Solving Global Problems with Plants 9:03
Review & Credits 11:15

Sources: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1PB6WdUJcABAccO-U-t6ic7WbfP2z0Pr5P9a8HMr6zh4/edit?usp=sharing

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