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Growing Plants in Goo in the Desert and In Space

Industrial design students Ruud van Reijmersdal, Tom Slijkhuis, Joppe Spaans and Jeroen Rood of the Industrial Design Technical University of Eindhoven in The Netherlands propose that farmers grow crops inside a nutritious gel designed to protect plants in harsh conditions, while keeping them watered and fed. The goo could be used not only in the desert but also in space as seen here.

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    pregrown fruit filled jelliton food sounds good.
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    Interesting…
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