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Bok choy at the International Space Station – FreshPlaza.com

NASA Astronaut Michael Hopkins has had a successful harvest of Amara mustard and “extra dwarf” bok choy in space. The plants were grown for 64 days. Michael Hopkins…

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NASA Astronaut Michael Hopkins has had a successful harvest of Amara mustard and extra dwarf bok choy in space. The plants were grown for 64 days.
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I was not surprised at all that he chose this route to make sure that the plants were fully pollinated because hes always been very committed, explains Matt Romeyn, a scientist from the space crop production project, in charge of the experiments on 4 plants. 
Michael Hopkins then enjoyed the bok choy as a side dish with soy sauce and garlic,…

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