Georgia to cultivate grapes on Mars

Georgian scientists announced that they intend to join in the exploration of space, hoping to cultivate grapes in alien conditions.

“NASA astronauts on the space station have carried out several successful experiments on growing food, which is an important step towards the breeding of other crops. The potential of Georgia in this issue is unique, since it refers to ancient culture cultivation of the vine,” said representatives of the National Museum of Georgia.

For the Martian vines project, a proactive work group will be created. According to bobrtimes.com, it will include representatives of the Ministry of Education and Science, from the National Museum, the University of Business and Technology, as well as tech institutes involved in the creation of the greenhouses of the future.

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