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RE: Dedicated Flowering Tent - Dedicated Vegetation Room

in WeedCash Network2 months ago

Thank you for the great question.

Simply put, I do not know if there is any benefit for the plants to be housed with one another in one area, but I have this (unsubstantiated) belief that plants in close proximity have a symbiotic relationship, and if one plant is sickly, it can affect the other plants, directly or indirectly.

Directly with parasitic things, or indirectly on in terms of environmental (energy) based factors.

I just successfully designed my own micro greens planter for lettuce, and intend to fill that little closet up with all sorts of plants soon.

Have a great day my friend.

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When I was a teenager, before 1970, there was often a man who made the rounds of various talk shows.

He would take a polygraph (lie detector) and connect the wires to various parts of various plants.
If you were to come near one connected to the machine, with knives or especially any flame, the machine recorded the plant going WILD, therefore showing that plants are very aware of their surroundings and any threats.
Other plants in the room, also connected to a polygraph, but not being threatened, would react in a similar manner, indicating that the plants could communicate with each other somehow.
We DO know, that plants in the wild are connected to each other through the mycelia of funguses in the soil, and THEY communicate with each other, like on Pandora in Avatar

I was intrigued, and I still firmly believe the plants in our homes can directly sense things about us, possibly even what we are thinking.

I've not seen any repeats of this experiment since that time, so it may have been debunked by now.
I wish you a great day as well my friend

Wow that is very fascinating!

I think if we can run an experiment that gives consistent results over and over and recreate the experiment to give similar or the same results with biological organisms, even in other environments or with different plants, then it would be hard to contest (debunk) this. At least in my opinion.

We DO know, that plants in the wild are connected to each other through the mycelia of funguses in the soil, and THEY communicate with each other, like on Pandora in Avatar

Absolutely, and with fungus's there have been studies and comparisons made to "neural networks" like a computer network.

It's interesting to note that my limited experiences thus far with psychoactive fungus, felt like my brain was receiving information in an inexplicable fashion, where certain aspects of myself became clearer, and even perceived aspects of other people. How is this even possible? It shows how little we know, and science does help potentially explain some of this, but there may be limitations of course!

I was intrigued, and I still firmly believe the plants in our homes can directly sense things about us, possibly even what we are thinking.

Totally, when my mood is off, my plants start seemingly getting weaker or sick. I always have this feeling that I am influencing them adversely when this happens.

The same thing happens with my cat! He turns into a grumpy boy no matter how much love I'm giving him if I'm in a shitty mood.

I always appreciate your thoughtful comments my friend. Now I want to plant a bunch of stuff lol, will probably do that later today with some micro greens lettuce seeds I have :) Maybe a bean plant too, but they can be hard to manage in the closet :P

PS. I love that movie Avatar too, it's been a while since watching it.