Most grasses grow from the base of their stems, located just beneath the topsoil. This is why grass is able to grow back so abundantly after being grazed on. Fire work the same way, removing the green, fleshy part of the plant that grows above the soil. After fires sweep through grasslands, the dormant plants begin to sprout rejuvenated by the fire and begin to recover the landscape once more.
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