There’s exciting interplanetary gardening news this week, as a fresh batch of seeds arrives at the International Space Station, and NASA sows the seeds of new plant research.
This week Interplanetary gardeners have been harvesting beans grown in Martian soil, and preparing to blast radishes into space.
The hope of being able to grow plants on the Moon will last much longer than the first seedlings to sprout there.
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