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Definition of allelopathy

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Definition as written by Terry:

A chemical process used by plants to prevent other plants from growing too closely. Most gardeners know that black walnut trees produce juglone, a substance that kills many other plants. Lesser-known allelopathic plants include ferns, sunflowers, pine trees, wormwood, and sagebrush.

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