abnormal/extreme plant growth

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abnormal/extreme plant growth

kara
I have noticed since quite some years that  many plants have become huge, oversized, and others just grow much faster. This might seem like something good, I personally dont like it, it doesn't feel natural. Take nettles and dandelions for instance, they become bigger, taller every year, and especially this year, they grew huge.
Maple here is an invasive around here, and you can almost see it grow from one day to the other, if you look at smaller plants for instance. While others  like oak, beech and hazel, grow really slowly.
I have read/heard of others who also have noticed this, with bigger ground plants.
Have you noticed sometime similar in your part of the world?
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kara
something I just found online:
gamma gardens, atomic gardens
https://www.amusingplanet.com/2013/03/atomic-gardening-breeding-plants-with.html
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kara
one little quote from above link:
"before scientist learned how to modify genes, they induced mutations with radiation"
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Kay_Baby
I'll check out your offered link here in a bit but for now I'd like to offer my thoughts on 'plant life' to narrow it down presently but be my guess it affects more than plant life. More than likely it affects ALL life. I say that about the chemical aerial spraying, all these 'frequencies', you know, the G's (from beginning to 5G and now there's talk of 6G), these supposed vaccines, which aren't actually vaccines but gene therapy technology, chemicals in our food. Those are just beginners because who 'factually' knows what ALL is being done to us or forced upon us. I have an observation, then a question. When you open a bag of something, like some potato chips or some cookies or some crackers and so on, why is the inner side of the packaging aluminum foil or what looks like aluminum foil? I guess one reason would be for freshness? Is there the possibility that the foil-like material is flaking off and being consumed like the product in the package? Just been thinking about that! Just a side note: The climbing roses and the clematis here in the back yard have flowered once, then no flowers, now they're blooming again and the roses are larger than they were prior. Wonder what's that about?
Peacefulness,
Kay

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