To Keep Your Plants Healthy, Feed `Em Their Vitamins
Farmers may one day spray vitamins, not pesticides, to zap the insects and diseases that attack plants. At least that's the view of researchers at the University of Wisconsin at Madison, who say plants treated with vitamins C or E have a dramatically improved ability to resist insects and diseases.
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