Photysyntheis and quantum coherence

Does this mean than every blade of grass out there is a quantum computer? Probably.  It also means that biomimicry, and understanding how nature has already solved many of the challenges we're trying to face is more important than we've been giving it credit for.  If you've had the age of the universe to try and solve puzzles, what you're left with might not be perfect, but it at least works, and has been throught a lot of testing.  The biggest problem humans seem to have is the mutiple repurposing of chemicals/compounds, and building upon building.  No one gene seems to do only one thing.  A compound might seem to primarily cause an effect, but there are secondary scenarios that happen with every disruption to the system.