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The Greenhouse People have come up with a nice infographic which outlines some of the challenges of growing plants in space.
Canadian researchers are leading an effort to grow crops in space, paving the way for humanity to live on other worlds and push the frontiers on Earth.
The University of Florida Space Plants Lab explains how and why they’re studying how plants react to being in microgravity.
Jeannette Bedard is our next Write Club 2014 contestant, with her guest post on productive potatoes. Jeannette blogs at tangent ramblings.
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Which crops would gardeners in space choose to grow?