What can astronauts and scuba divers teach farmers? More than you might think

Two organizations recently concluded adventurous missions to grow plants in unconventional places: at the bottom of the ocean, and in outer space. These organizations, Ocean Reef Group and The Samuel Robert Noble Foundation, respectively, organized projects examining plant growth in foreign envir...

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