Plants scatter their seeds far and wide by several methods. Why is scattering neccessary?

Plants need to scatter their seeds far from themselves so as to prevent overcrowding, as well as to form new colonies.

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If plants go together, packed in an small area, then they will not get enough space.

Moreover, the relatively small plants will not get sunlight due to the shade of the tall plants. There will also be a shortage of space for all the plants to spread their roots in the soil.

So, plants disperse their seeds to other places with the help of the natural agents like wind, water, animals and so on.

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If plants go together, packed in an small area, then they will not get enough space.

Moreover, the relatively small plants will not get sunlight due to the shade of the tall plants. There will also be a shortage of space for all the plants to spread their roots in the soil.

So, plants disperse their seeds to other places with the help of the natural agents like wind, water, animals and so on.

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plants disperse seeds because of to grow plants in other areas also. it's naturally done by nature, according to the environmental position.

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