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In Defense of Plants Podcast

By In Defense of Plants

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Description

Plants are everything. They are also incredibly interesting. From the smallest duckweed to the tallest redwood, the botanical world is full of wonder. Join my friends and I for a podcast celebrating everything botany.

Customer Reviews

Excited to have a botany podcast to nerd out to!

Finally there's a solid and comprehensive podcast covering botanical topics. I was thrilled to see a podcast that engages by interviewing real scientists the world over rather than another gardening or anthropocentric view on plants. Thanks for helping cure plant blindness and giving scientists a platform to share their dedication and passion with the masses.

What Botany Needs

An excellent podcast well worth the listen. Easy to digest and lots of fun interviews.

For newbies and experts alike

If you're looking for an in-depth exploration of the relationship between monarchs and milkweed, or for a lesson on how springtails help fire moss reproduce, or for someone to tell you that broomrape (Orobanche) really isn't as terrifying as its name suggests, look no further. Hats off to Matt for consistently engaging topics on the far-too-overlooked green world. His ecological literacy really shows, and plus the people he brings in for interviews are great - most of them either wildly accomplished professors or geeky, passionate grad students. This podcast keeps my ecologist's mind spinning while ploughing through long days in the lab.

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