Plant Strategies for Surviving Drought

Type
Publication
Date of Publication
December 7, 2021
Price
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Overview

This 4-page publication explains how plants respond to drought so that homeowners and ranchers can protect their plants during extended dry periods.

Plants can alter their physiological functions to cope with short-term water stress, and some plants have physical characteristics that help them better tolerate drought. This publication explains how plants respond to drought so that homeowners and ranchers can protect their plants during extended dry periods. (4 pages)

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