How are native plants more resistant to diseases and pests?



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    They’re more resistant to NATIVE pests and diseases because they grew up together. That is, they evolved together to survive in a give and take relationship. When imbalances are introduced (either naturally or by us) they there is a reshuffle and some flora and/or fauna don’t make the cut.

    There is a risk to non-native plants to the existing pests because they have not developed survival strategies to combat them. Native plants and animals also suffer from introduced species for the same reason.

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