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Climate change may confuse plant dormancy cycles

03:36 EDT 8 Aug 2017 | Physorg.COM

Perennial plants in the Midwest are well attuned to their surroundings. They hunker down all winter in a dormant state, just waiting for a sign that it's safe to unfurl their first tender leaves or flower buds. For many plants, the cue is a sustained warming trend, but day length also factors into the dormancy equation.

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