Going where no plant has gone before

May 1995
American Nurseryman;5/15/95, Vol. 181 Issue 10, p24
Trade Publication
Reports that the University of Guelph in Ontario is beginning a five-year study of how plants can help support life in closed environments. Examination of plants' gas and water exchange capabilities; Capabilities of technology developed for the project.


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