WATERING YOUR PLANTS
Well, now I guess I've heard it all! Check out this article about a plant that glows when it's thirsty.
Now as well as the familiar watering jug, you'll have to own a gizmo with which you detect the glow of your thirsty plants. The reason you'll need that tool is that the "glow" is not apparent to the naked eye. Supposedly it should be helpful for farmers, but I'll bet there will soon be a "homeowners version" upon which we can spend our hard earned money.
Tell me, can't you tell when your plants are thirsty? Do we really need to alter the plant's genes in order to use a device which will scan the plant to let us know that it needs water? Come on gardeners, raise your voices in laughter. This sounds pretty lame to me!