“My recipes are all based on the scientific study of plant physiology, applied to the fine art of cuisine,” Keats told Wired.com.
Schroeder was a first-time gardener a few years ago when she got an unpleasant surprise while inspecting her produce.
Among recent releases from his lab: the Habanada pepper, a mild habanero that still packs a powerful flavor punch; the Farmer’s Daughter melon, which tastes a little like pear and slips off the vine when ripe; and the black-spined white Salt and Pepper cucumber, which has garnered awards for its unexpectedly sweet flavor.
On the frozen edge of the Kolyma River in northeastern Siberia, in an ancient pantry harboring seeds and other stores, an Arctic ground squirrel burrowed into the dirt and buried a small, dark fruit from a flowering plant.
This Oregon valley business offers enterprise and real estate all in one.
Massachusetts startup Harvest Automation is beta testing a small mobile robot that it’s pitching to nurseries as the solution to their most pressing problem: a volatile labor market.
From the outside, it looks like a crash-landed blimp.
Anna Azevedo is a 5th grade honor roll student at Franklin Elementary School in Loomis, CA.