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Why do some plants survive better with little water?
Question Date: 2016-02-22
Answer 1:

It's usually that the fungi that cause plant diseases do even better with more water than the plants do. It's kind of like the opposite of you getting a fever: you don't like it, but the infection likes it even less.



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