Recent News Headlines : Plant

CANNIMED TELLS SHAREHOLDERS TO WAIT WHILE IT REVIEWS AURORA OFFER


CanniMed Therapeutics Inc. is urging shareholders to wait until the company has time to review an unsolicited takeover offer by Aurora Cannabis Inc. before doing anything... READ MORE

15th November, 2017 55

BOTANICAL GARDENS A LIFEBOAT FOR THREATENED PLANTS


Botanical gardens are a Noah's Ark for endangered plants, collectively safeguarding four out of 10 species known to face extinction, researchers said Monday... READ MORE

25th September, 2017 0

ENVIRONMENTALISTS WARN OF PLANT AND ANIMAL EXTINCTIONS ON BOTH SIDES OF BORDER


Plant and animal species could become extinct in both parts of Ireland because of Brexit, environmentalists warned... READ MORE

25th September, 2017 0

Trending News Headlines : Plant

ARE PLANTS INTELLIGENT? NEW BOOK SAYS YES


This is why plants have no brain not because they are not intelligent, but because they would be vulnerable, Mancuso said... READ MORE

4th August, 2015 17460

WELSH OAK COULD BE THE FIRST BRITISH WINNER OF EUROPEAN TREE OF THE YEAR


He urged people to vote for the Brimmon oak, the Welsh entrant in the increasingly popular online competition which is usually won by eastern European trees... READ MORE

24th February, 2017 7383

TIME IS RUNNING OUT FOR MADAGASCAR - EVOLUTION'S LAST, AND GREATEST, LABORATORY


Kew scientists warn that unique plants on Madagascar are at risk of extinction... READ MORE

15th May, 2017 2993

MEDICAL MARIJUANA PATIENTS CAN GROW 'LIMITED AMOUNT' OF CANNABIS AT HOME UNDER NEW LAWS


Patients approved for medical marijuana will be able to register with Health Canada to grow a limited amount of cannabis for their own medical purposes... READ MORE

12th August, 2016 2519

INSIDE KEW'S TROPICAL NURSERY - THE SECRET GREENHOUSE WHERE THE WORLD'S RAREST PLANT LIFE BEGINS


This just one of shaggy dog stories that Lara Jewitt, Kew's Nurseries Manager, tells as she shows me around the gardens' tropical nursery... READ MORE

26th June, 2017 1954

ANTS BEHAVE AS MINI FARMERS IN FIJI - STUDY


The ants and plants are interdependent and one cannot survive without the other, said the statement... READ MORE

22nd November, 2016 1102

SOWING THE SEEDS OF SYRIA: FARMING GROUP RESCUES PLANT SPECIES THREATENED BY WAR


I spend my time in the soil planting these seeds that carry this history, said Taylor... READ MORE

5th November, 2015 1094

WARNING OVER INVASIVE FLATWORM POSING THREAT TO UK WILDLIFE


Conservationists say this is the smoking gun which provides the direct link between the virtually uncontrolled trade in pot plants and the spread of invasive species... READ MORE

3rd November, 2016 1086

'FOREST CITIES': THE RADICAL PLAN TO SAVE CHINA FROM AIR POLLUTION


Common moss changes shape in areas of high nitrogen pollution and drought and has potential to be big bioindicator, say scientists... READ MORE

21st August, 2017 1049

WILD FLOWER DISCOVERED IN WALES NAMED AFTER SIR DAVID ATTENBOROUGH


Flower discovered in the Brecon Beacons to be called Attenboroughs hawkweed, just days after a genus of endangered plants was also named after the naturalist... READ MORE

6th February, 2015 1025

BEING 97 IS NO BARRIER TO ENJOYING CYCLING IN COPENHAGEN


Although they live in different care homes, they have become firm friends since Kassow persuaded them back on to bikes a couple of years ago... READ MORE

6th February, 2015 885

EU ENERGY CONSUMPTION LEVEL FALLS TO 20-YEAR LOW


Western australian scientists push for world heritage status for area size of england... READ MORE

9th February, 2015 812

CLIMATE CHANGE COMPOUNDING THREATS TO AUSTRALIA'S ECOSYSTEMS, STUDIES FIND


Climate change compounding threats to Australia's ecosystems, studies find... READ MORE

5th July, 2015 769

LAST LEGS: THE SPECIES WITH ONLY A FEW REMAINING INDIVIDUALS - GRAPHIC


The rate of animal extinction has rocketed in the past half-century. Our graphic indicates some of the species whose numbers have dwindled to a vulnerable few... READ MORE

13th June, 2015 766

PLANT GENUS NAMED AFTER SIR DAVID ATTENBOROUGH


Solannona, a newly-identified plant in the genus Sirdavidia, named after David Attenborough... READ MORE

4th February, 2015 735

ONE IN FIVE OF WORLD'S PLANT SPECIES AT RISK OF EXTINCTION


Plants are absolutely fundamental to humankind, said Prof Kathy Willis, director of science at Kew, who led the new report... READ MORE

10th May, 2016 641

LED ZEPPELIN APPEAR IN COURT OVER STAIRWAY TO HEAVEN DISPUTE


Members of the rock band Led Zeppelin appear in court in a copyright dispute over the 1971 hit Stairway To Heaven... READ MORE

15th June, 2016 593

URUGUAY CANNABIS MARKET STILL STRUGGLES FOR LEGITIMACY A YEAR AFTER HISTORIC RULING


The institute is also responsible for maintaining a secure database of cannabis growers... READ MORE

13th July, 2015 592

SPRING COMING EARLIER IN US SCIENTISTS


The findings published on Wednesday in Environmental Research Letters suggest even bigger shifts in the plant calendar due to climate change than had been expected... READ MORE

14th October, 2015 572

RARE FLOWERS DESTROYED IN AUSTRALIA AFTER PAPERWORK ERROR


The department acknowledges the significant value as a botanical reference collection, a spokesperson told the Australian Broadcasting Corp... READ MORE

8th May, 2017 553

SCIENTISTS PUSH FOR UNESCO LISTING FOR HUGE AREA OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA


05 GMT A group of West Australian scientists are campaigning to turn the poorest soils in the world into a Unesco world heritage area... READ MORE

9th February, 2015 463

HERE'S WHAT U.S. FARMERS WILL PLANT MORE (AND LESS) OF IN 2017


In Kansas, they're swapping corn for soybeans. In North Dakota, it's wheat that farmers are ditching in favor of the oilseed... READ MORE

3rd April, 2017 457

FIRST REPORT OF ALL THE WORLD'S PLANTS FINDS 1 IN 5 SPECIES FACING EXTINCTION


Kew determined that each plant in the International Plant Names Index, had 2.7 different species names, on average... READ MORE

10th May, 2016 276

WHEN VERY HUNGRY CATERPILLARS TURN INTO CANNIBALS


One contained only a detergent, while the others also included varying concentrations of methyl jasmonate - a substance given off by plants when damaged... READ MORE

10th July, 2017 253

THE WORLD'S FIRST FLOWER? PLANT WITH NO PETALS THAT LIVED UNDERWATER IS 130 MILLION YEARS OLD


Experts dated the weed at between 125 million and 130 million years old and showed that despite appearances it was an angiosperm or flowering plant... READ MORE

19th August, 2015 232

CAT OWNER INSTANT KARMA: WHY YOU SHOULD NEVER BE MEAN TO YOUR PUSS


Karma, bitch Pissed off cat trots up the stairs behind him, taking care to tip a potted plant right onto his head before exiting the frame... READ MORE

18th March, 2015 166

AS AUTUMN LEAVES FALL, SUBVERSION IS IN THE AIR


What does it smell, taste and feel like what is the significance of autumn colour in the dark?... READ MORE

9th November, 2016 130

MAN ACCIDENTALLY GROWS 'WORLD'S TALLEST DANDELION PLANT'


The flower has grown by chance in Wayne Daniels' Norfolk garden, and has shown no sign of stopping yet... READ MORE

2nd August, 2016 129

LACK OF SIGHTINGS SUGGESTS FURTHER DROP IN HEDGEHOG POPULATION


The survey suggests people are keen to save the species, which is a friend to gardeners because it feeds on pests such as caterpillars and slugs... READ MORE

29th February, 2016 123

DUTCH TOWN HARD HIT BY MH17 DISASTER REMEMBERS VICTIMS WITH SUNFLOWERS


The seeds from those plants are to be given away at a memorial service at St Vitus on Friday, a year after the crash... READ MORE

20th July, 2015 103


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