Habitat loss is one of the biggest threats to plants. By working to conserve habitat we can keep some plants from going extinct. Keep in mind that extinction is a natural process, it is the rate at which species are going extinct now that causes concern.
Do not plant hybrid or GMO seeds if you can. Find heirloom seeds and plant them to increase their numbers and to ensure the health of all our plants.
There are seed libraries that collect and save seeds so they aren’t totally lost, but they are kind of the absolute last solution, after they go extinct in the wild.
Putting a stop to the massive amounts of tropical deforestation could save a great number of plant species. Since plant species in rainforests are tipically confined to “microhabitats,” a small area rather than being present throughout a common climate or region, these species are particularly vulnerable to extinction.
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