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Over 100 years of Antarctic agriculture is helping scientists grow food in space

By Daniella McCahey, Assistant Professor of History, Texas Tech University
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Scientists just grew plants in soil from the Moon, but Antarctica has long provided researchers with the perfect place to test their agricultural techniques for a future in space.The Conversation

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