Exotic and Introduced Plants
Humans have been adding to the variety of native plants by introducing other plants from different countries. These introduced plants are termed as exotic plants.
Some propagules or seeds incidentally travel long distances and reach to other county. There they germinate and produce new plants.
Exotic plants are not always friendly to the local environment. Some plants, once propagated at some place develop fast, produce numerous seeds and soon cover a large area. These plants spread everywhere and cause harmful effects for other plants and animals. These plants are called as Invasive plants. A good example of invasive plant is Parthenium which is reported to cause different allergies to humans and animals besides invading the areas of crop plants.
Importance of Plants and Trees
Dog Ate Jalapeno: What to Do?
Jalapenos are a type of pepper that contains capsaicin, giving jalapenos their spicy flavor. The pepper variety has an estimated 2500 SHU, making them quite spicy. As a pet owner, you want your pet to look healthy and cheerful all the time. And if your dog ate jalapeno, he may likely feel discomfort and appear less playful.
7 Ways to Protect Your Commercial Property Against Storm Damage
North America has faced some severe hurricanes. This has wreaked havoc on residences and businesses, causing significant financial loss to property owners. Although natural disasters are inevitable and highly unpredictable, it’s vital to prepare your commercial space for such storms. Here are some helpful things you can do to prepare for hurricanes. 1) Secure All Outdoor Property