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Growing literacy in Australia's flora

Date posted: 15 April 2014

Stephen Forbes, Adelaide Review November 2012

The most important factor for the germination of Australia’s flora after water is smoke – this discovery has profound implications for the function of Australia’s ecosystems yet has only been identified within the last 20 years.

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