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Do plants die of old age?

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Old Aged Plants, as the acronym goes.

Asked by: Michael Turner, Pontefract

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Given optimum conditions, some plants can live forever. It takes a change in external conditions to finish them off. Annual plants, however, usually die soon after seeding.

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