The military wants to grow veggies on warships
The military is in the midst of a $100,000-project to grow hydroponic vegetables on submarines, says The Christian Science Monitor. So far the experiments have been on land, but researchers are hopeful that they’ll soon be able to take the technology to sea and improve the notoriously tired fare served to sailors.
On the space station menu, home-grown romaine lettuce
Astronauts on the International Space Station are the first people to eat food grown in space, says NASA.