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May 11 2013
Plants can communicate the onset of an attack from aphids by making use of an underground network of fungi, researchers have found.
Instances of plant communication through the air have been documented, in which chemicals emitted by a damaged plant can be picked up by a neighbour.
But below ground, most land plants are connected by fungi called mycorrhizae.
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