Vegetables can warn their fellows about danger

The British made a new discovery that vegetables can communicate with each other. They were able to even record this result on a supersensitive film.

The experimental vegetable was Tal rezukhovidka (cabbage family). The basis for the experiment was the following assumption: in case of danger, vegetables can transmit information to each other. To prove this scientifically, we conducted this experiment.

First, the luciferase protein content was artificially increased. We did this so that the cameras could record the very fact of the dialogue between the vegetables. Next, the cabbage leaf was cut. At the same time, a sharp release of a gas called methyl jasmonate was recorded, which gave off a wounded vegetable. The British documented the whole process and later explained that in this way the plant communicated the danger to its neighbors.

After receiving the signal, the brethren began to turn on their protection, which manifested itself in an increase in toxic substances in their leaves. These manipulations protect the cabbage from the abundance of external pests that can harm its leaves.