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Tasmanian botanists take new approach to save the 'oldest plant'

Tasmanian botanists are taking a new approach to saving what is believed to be the world's oldest living plant. By grafting King's Holly onto similar species of plant that has a stronger root base, the scientists hope to cultivate the plant before di

http://www.wlbz2.com/video/3753750001001/1/Tasmanian-botanists-take-new-approach-to-save-the-oldest-plant http://cdn.newslook.com/4d/4d329122b8fbb69910e430db98b302a6/images/frame_ext.jpg Tasmanian botanists take new approach to save the 'oldest plant' Tasmanian botanists are taking a new approach to saving what is believed to be the world's oldest living plant. By grafting King's Holly onto similar species of plant that has a stronger root base, the scientists hope to cultivate the plant before di tasmaniatechnologyaustralianewslookben gruberWorldNatalie TapsonGreg Jordanscience 01:24

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