Tomato hairs are not roots. This may be confusing to some people considering most garden influencers will tell you the contrary. However tomato roots are actually try combs. The try combs can aid in preventing her Burberry, insect attacks and even help with temperature stress. The tiny white bumps on your tomato stem however our advantageous roots. Did you know advantageous roots are different from regular tomato root systems. This garden in Canada video is going to look at the science behind tomato roots and hairs. And a little bit as to why these two things are different from one another.
For more information & links to the studies check out https://gardeningincanada.net/trichomes-vs-adventitious-roots/
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