Heat is too high a temperature, on locations we do not expect it to be warm. A hot day in a dessert has another range than a hot day in the Arctic. Again, our expectation is the problem.
Heat boundary’s of plants vary. When temperature rises too high, plants shut off their systems, to avoid dehydration and burns. Dessert plants and wetland plants are not of the same kind (C3 & C4 plants). When temperatures rise in certain area’s of the globe, plants cannot survive there any-more. Rebearth supports these plants to cope with harsher conditions. Rebearth extends boundaries and helps to grow enough food in changing climatic conditions.