Plants Communicate and Interact with Each Other

&nbsp.The research by Babikova focused on the communication of plants using the fungi network.
The use of a mycorrhizal fungus in the experiment was employed leading to effective data collection on the modes of communication. The plants used the fungi hyphae network to communicate with each other including the transfer of nutrients between the plants. Plants communicate on the issues including insect attack. It was found that plants reacted to the scent of volatile organic compounds by developing defense or emitting chemicals that attract aphid eating wasps which feed on the aphids infesting the area. The separation of the plants by covering those using plastics and pots gives a clear indication of the communication process. The separation of the plants both using pot and plastic bags in the air, led to no communication between the plants.
Thus, the findings supported the analogy of communication between plants. Therefore, it can be proven without a doubt that plants communicate effectively. From the research of Richard Karban and Babikova, it is evident that communication between plants is continuous and regular. In conclusion, the communication between plants was not understood until the findings of the various researches were published.
Works Cited
Cossins, Dan. Plants communicate and interact with each other, both aboveground and below, in surprisingly subtle and sophisticated ways. 14 January 2014. Online. 14 September 2014.