Posted May 08, 2018 11:05:01 The Globe and Mail’s research team has discovered that there are two seeds that could be the source of some serious trouble in your backyard.
The seeds could be linked to a fungus that has been growing in the soil in southern Ontario and possibly in other parts of Canada.
The fungus is called Cryptosporidium coccinea.
It’s an invasive species that is a problem for both the local flora and the wild flora.
According to the Ontario Department of Agriculture, there are more than 4,000 varieties of Cryptosperms, ranging from small to giant, in the world.
They are native to South America, Europe, Africa and Asia.
They’re known to invade homes and gardens in parts of North America.
The first thing that catches our eye when we look at these plants is the way the plants grow.
It doesn’t look like they’re being grown in a single location, but they are.
A plant can grow on any surface, but the roots of the plants tend to grow at different rates and locations.
This allows them to grow very fast and to be able to produce seeds.
The plants also have a lot of growth rings around them that are called petiole.
These petioles form when the plant has been grown on a soil surface for a long time.
The petiolets help the plant to grow and to develop new seeds.
When we look under the hood of these plants, we see some fungal genes that are being expressed.
These genes are responsible for making some plants produce seeds, but we don’t know what those genes are, because we haven’t been able to get a sample of these fungi.
We also don’t really know what is happening with the plants, because they’ve only been growing for a few years.
We don’t even know what the seeds are going to look like.
And it’s not like the plants are completely sterile.
If the fungus had grown in the roots, the plants might be able put out seeds.
But these are very small and very delicate seeds.
They don’t have any other nutrients in them that would help them grow.
We just don’t understand how they can produce seeds on a surface that’s just too small for a plant to sit on.
So, we need to get to the root of the mystery, and we need help to do that.
As we learn more about the roots and the ecology of these roots, we’ll be able better understand what is going on.
So, I’m hopeful that the public can help us figure out how the plants produce these seeds.
The second thing that caught our eye was the appearance of the seed pods.
It was not something we could tell apart from other seeds.
We’ve had some previous experiences with cryptosporidiosis, and the seeds were always quite distinctive.
But, what caught our attention was that they were all from different types of cryptospermic fungi.
The ones that are most common are the Cryptospermum tuberosum and the Cryptspermum sanguis, but there were also others.
The researchers have identified the different species of Cryptsporidium as a group.
The group that they identified are not only a common species, but are also known to be more aggressive and aggressive than the other species.
The species they identified were different in that the larger seeds were bigger, and that there were some differences in the way they formed.
For example, the large seed pod appeared to be shaped like a leaf.
They also were very smooth and shiny.
But the other interesting thing was that there was a lot more variation in the shape of the seeds.
In fact, they were very different shapes.
The larger seeds tended to have a very rounded, oval shape.
The smaller seed pods tended to be a little more irregular in shape.
The scientists are working on finding more genetic sequences that will help them determine the nature of the cryptospermium and how it grows and changes over time.
Hopefully, that will lead to more effective prevention and control measures to protect your soil from Cryptospora coccineus and other invasive species.
If you’re interested in learning more about this problem, you can visit the Ontario government website, http://www.agricultural.gov.on.ca/environment/causes/apricots-and-sorghum-crop/crop-andherbicide/pest-control-fungus-ecosystems.html or contact the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture and Food at (416) 848-5520.
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