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How Trees Secretly Talk to Each Other in the Forest | Decoder

What do trees talk about? In the Douglas fir forests of Canada, see how trees “talk” to each other by forming underground symbiotic relationships—called mycorrhizae—with fungi to relay stress signals and share resources with one another.
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Read ‘Talking Trees’ in the June 2018 issue of National Geographic magazine to learn more about the Douglas fir forests of Canada and the work of forest ecologist Suzanne Simard.

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  1. Memories With Nature & Trees!

    Lovely trees,
    & many more yesterdays of my Life
    wild winds of winter combed
    your branches and twining hair leaves.
    When dawn blinked
    You emerged
    softly capped in ermine,
    star-kissed with diamonds.
    Wind's sharp breath caught in his throat
    and sun, stricken sun,
    Can't turn his eyes from you,
    Let me stroll under you briskly, silently with wandering thoughts of gone by the wind years!

  2. Wow, an underground Facebook!

  3. @3:14 they might say "f**K off you useless humans" 😛 😀

  4. Tree A: an emerald ash borers is heading your way.
    Tree B: whatddya mean?
    Tree A: yer gunna die.
    Tree B:

  5. Nothing about how we should change our farming systems according to this?

  6. Trees are a lot smarter than scientists can begin to understand. Ask any channeler who speaks to trees. They are intelligent.

  7. I love caressing trees and talking to them.

  8. The music is WAY TOO LOUD!

  9. Slow down that background music..

  10. Who else thought about Aang, when he touched the trees in the swamp and listen everything?

  11. Thanks to Dr. Bose who put forward that trees are living being

  12. As humans go on slashing and burning.. we are tearing at fabrics and breaking chains that we cannot even see.. but it seems that we are fast approaching a wall on this planet .. thank goodness.

  13. Read and the Douglas fir in the forest in BC canada years ago about this nothing, it said also that it helps the small trees grow and share nutrients as well The process is helped by the mushrooms, a result of not being able to get sunlight because the big trees hog all the sunlight and is pretty much dark all the time below the canopy, very interesting must say reminds me of Avatar the movie.

  14. Trees can send warnings if they are under attacki? What are they gonna do, make like a tree and get out of there? 😉

  15. Vegans gotta eat air now

  16. So these hos gossip about me too? ugh!

  17. I thought they use whatsapp

  18. I really wouldn't call the exchange of nutrition "talking" — unless you want to call a buzzard eating roadkill, "talking".
    That would make the whole world a giant shouting match…

  19. That piano was annoying. Overtook the narration.

  20. Very bad background sounds over dominating the voice. Hopeless vedio

  21. still a faster internet connection then this dump of a school

  22. Would you tell those trees to shut up, I'm trying to sleep.

  23. So the movie The Happening is not such a far fetched concept?

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