Spaghetti Squash plants grow around the region of Buenos Aires, which is often affected by COVID disease.
These plants are used as a food crop and are often used to produce spaghetti.
The plants have been growing in the area for more than a decade, and they are very resilient.
In February of this year, researchers from the National Institute of Agronomy and Horticulture in Argentina and the University of Guadalajara in Mexico discovered the spaghetti squash plants that grew in the desert.
They reported the discovery in the journal PLOS ONE.
These spaghetti squash plant were also found in the same area in 2009.
In the paper, the researchers explained that the spaghetti plants were found growing on the top of a dry sandstone rock called the agrovalinite (AG).
They discovered that the plants are not susceptible to COVI because of their large surface area.
This is important because COVID spreads through the soil when it enters the soil.
The researchers say that because the Agrovaline is very large, the COVID virus is able to spread to the plants even when the plants have already been infected.
This means that the bacteria have already developed resistance to the COVI virus.
The spaghetti squash has also shown to be resistant to several other COVIDs, including coronavirus and salmonella.
The research was published in PLOS One.