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    Fairchild’s Growing Beyond Earth Challenge asked South Florida middle and high school students at 124 schools to grow and test various leafy plants for use in future space missions.

Fairchild’s Growing Beyond Earth Challenge asked South Florida middle and high school students at 124 schools to grow and test various leafy plants for use in future space missions. Shannon Kaestle skaestle@miamiherald.com
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Students grow, test leafy vegetables mimicking conditions in space

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