How do seedless plants make babies?

How the heck does that even work without seeds lol?

Thanks.


Not every plant grows from a seed. Some plants, like ferns and mosses, grow from spores. Other plants use asexual vegetative reproduction and grow new plants from rhizomes or tubers. We can also use techniques like grafting or take cuttings to make new plants.

https://www.sciencelearn.org.nz/resources/104-plant-reproduction-without-seeds

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They lay eggs, hence the name, eggplant. 

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Seedless plants are grown from seeds. 

Some are made seedless by crossing specific varieties of the same plant, others are made seedless by preventing pollination. 

At this point farmed crops have as much in common with wild plants as a chihuahua and a grey wolf.  

I think I know what you want, research colloidal silver. We are talking about weed here right?? 

 

Show us your plants homeslice.

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This just sent me down a weird google search rabbit hole. 

They adopt

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StrikingMMA - 
Not every plant grows from a seed. Some plants, like ferns and mosses, grow from spores. Other plants use asexual vegetative reproduction and grow new plants from rhizomes or tubers. We can also use techniques like grafting or take cuttings to make new plants.

https://www.sciencelearn.org.nz/resources/104-plant-reproduction-without-seeds

Thanks StrikingMMA. I got the part about plants reproduce by different methods. But I'm talking about plants that DO reproduce from seeds, or at least that used to.

I have some red grape vines out back. I was thinking "man, I can't WAIT until these things have seeds, so I can plant them and grow more grape vines, pretty soon I'm going to have my own orchard, and before long, winery going!".

But then I was thinking... "what kind of red grapes were these again? Red... red... SEEDLESS?!?!?!?" How do they reproduce if they don't have seeds?!!?

Thanks!!!

KingSchlong -
StrikingMMA - 
Not every plant grows from a seed. Some plants, like ferns and mosses, grow from spores. Other plants use asexual vegetative reproduction and grow new plants from rhizomes or tubers. We can also use techniques like grafting or take cuttings to make new plants.

https://www.sciencelearn.org.nz/resources/104-plant-reproduction-without-seeds

Thanks StrikingMMA. I got the part about plants reproduce by different methods. But I'm talking about plants that DO reproduce from seeds, or at least that used to.

I have some red grape vines out back. I was thinking "man, I can't WAIT until these things have seeds, so I can plant them and grow more grape vines, pretty soon I'm going to have my own orchard, and before long, winery going!".

But then I was thinking... "what kind of red grapes were these again? Red... red... SEEDLESS?!?!?!?" How do they reproduce if they don't have seeds?!!?

Thanks!!!

What is this, number 56?


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KingSchlong -
StrikingMMA - 
Not every plant grows from a seed. Some plants, like ferns and mosses, grow from spores. Other plants use asexual vegetative reproduction and grow new plants from rhizomes or tubers. We can also use techniques like grafting or take cuttings to make new plants.

https://www.sciencelearn.org.nz/resources/104-plant-reproduction-without-seeds

Thanks StrikingMMA. I got the part about plants reproduce by different methods. But I'm talking about plants that DO reproduce from seeds, or at least that used to.

I have some red grape vines out back. I was thinking "man, I can't WAIT until these things have seeds, so I can plant them and grow more grape vines, pretty soon I'm going to have my own orchard, and before long, winery going!".

But then I was thinking... "what kind of red grapes were these again? Red... red... SEEDLESS?!?!?!?" How do they reproduce if they don't have seeds?!!?

Thanks!!!

What is this, number 56?



That I've done your mom? No, that would be in the hundreds. LOLOL you are such a dipshit, Mr. Exciting...

KingSchlong -
StrikingMMA - 
Not every plant grows from a seed. Some plants, like ferns and mosses, grow from spores. Other plants use asexual vegetative reproduction and grow new plants from rhizomes or tubers. We can also use techniques like grafting or take cuttings to make new plants.

https://www.sciencelearn.org.nz/resources/104-plant-reproduction-without-seeds

Thanks StrikingMMA. I got the part about plants reproduce by different methods. But I'm talking about plants that DO reproduce from seeds, or at least that used to.

I have some red grape vines out back. I was thinking "man, I can't WAIT until these things have seeds, so I can plant them and grow more grape vines, pretty soon I'm going to have my own orchard, and before long, winery going!".

But then I was thinking... "what kind of red grapes were these again? Red... red... SEEDLESS?!?!?!?" How do they reproduce if they don't have seeds?!!?

Thanks!!!

Your own winery before too long, huh?