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Sensor Can Detect Early Distress in PlantsThe smell of freshly cut grass may stir memories of baseball parks, cookouts or lazy summer afternoons in the suburbs, but what we perceive as a sweet aroma is actually the plant equivalent of a distress call, one that the grass releases to signal that the lawn is under attack.Read more:http://www.laboratoryequipment.com/news/2012/08/sensor-can-detect-early-distress-plants

    Sensor Can Detect Early Distress in Plants

    The smell of freshly cut grass may stir memories of baseball parks, cookouts or lazy summer afternoons in the suburbs, but what we perceive as a sweet aroma is actually the plant equivalent of a distress call, one that the grass releases to signal that the lawn is under attack.

    Read more:http://www.laboratoryequipment.com/news/2012/08/sensor-can-detect-early-distress-plants