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By Carmichael Lynch (U.S.A.)
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Tweet, or the plant dies. That's the basic idea behind "Talk to a Plant," our new social experiment. Help test the myth that talking to a plant helps it grow stronger and healthier. Our Arduino-based device reads tweets to one plant, while the other sits in silence.

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