Mold plants, in contrast, will grow on many of the foods that we eat, and on cloth and leather and wood and paper, besides. ... Molds need water, but very moist food, such as fresh meat, usually does not mold. ... Wind makes the water evaporate from these little plants so fast that they cannot grow well where it is windy.
|Title||:||The book of plants|
|Author||:||Bertha Morris Parker, Henry Chandler Cowles|