Ragweed may not be all bad afterall
Ragweed is the bane of alergy sufferers everywhere. One plant can produce a billion grains of pollen in a season.
That's a billion reasons it's a pest to humans.
But a new study shows that ragweed isn't always so mean.
In fact, ragweed is rather friendly -- especially to fellow ragweed, and, oddly enough, to mushrooms.
John Klironomos is a professor of biology at UBC Okanagan who worked on the study. He dropped by CBC Kelowna to talk about it with Daybreak host, Chris Walker.
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