Sustained human presence in space requires the development of new technologies to maintain environmental control, to manage waste, to provide water, oxygen and food, and to keep astronauts healthy and psychologically fit. But growing a tomato in space where resources are scarce is not as easy as on Earth. Innovative food cultivation technologies in closed-loop life support systems must be developed as an integral part of future space systems1 to ensure future survival in space.
A popular greenhouse and vertical farm variety, Aroma 2 basil features glossy green leaves and a robust fragrance along with disease resistant properties to make it a year-round favorite for growers worldwide. Consistent crop quality and appearance—and favorable prices—become attainable business goals as commercial growers seek to accelerate time to market while offering both retailers and consumers the freshest, most flavorful basil harvest after harvest.
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