One of the greatest mysteries of nature is how plants know when to wake up after the winter season.
Plants form an important role of the worldwide carbon cycle in which carbon is continuously recycled and reused by plants and animals, the oceans and land.
Plants always show with utmost accuracy if the soil has the required nutrients for their normal growth or it does not have any.
Vanadium is a trace element abundant in soils throughout the world. It has been found a useless element especially to productive plants like corn, soybean, tomatoes and ornamental plants like impatiens and petunias.
Most of us have not realized the benefits, in which plants can bring to urban life. Plants improve the quality and refresh the air we breathe, considering the gas emitting vehicles and other sources of pollution in which urban life is exposed to.