Modified tomatoes may join astronauts in outer space


Issue Date: May 8, 2019

Tomato plants with minimal leaves and stems, but a normal amount of fruit, could one day feed astronauts on the International Space Station, according to the University of California, Riverside, which said the plants could potentially be productive anywhere with limited soil and natural resources.

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