If you enjoy gardening, you know how much it can cost to keep your plants alive. You also know how frustrating it is when an unexpected frost destroys them.
If the government approves the Glossy 15 gene, we may be in for a drop in gas prices.
It may come as a shock to you, but trees and other plants are commonly infected by what's known as "mycorrhizal fungi".
Scientists have used computer models to show that planting crops with waxier leaves could help to reflect more sunlight and reduce global warming.
You may already know that the earth stores lots of carbon in different places, like the in the ocean and plants. But are there any other major carbon stores?
Is there more oil in the Western part of the U.S. and Canada than in Saudia Arabia? Find out on this Moment of Science.
Have you ever seen some shaded plants grow tall and spindly very fast, while ones in sunlight are shorter and thicker? Well there is an answer...
Scientists around the world are taking steps to ensure that seeds from as many plant species as possible are preserved for the future.
It's not unusual for us to be struck by the amazing ways in which life on earth has adapted to its environment. Rooted potatoes are an example of this.
The flowers of Rafflesias are the largest in the world. But the rest of the plant is minuscule and has no leaves, roots or stems.