Tomatoes from the moon
In Antarctica, a long-term project ran for about a year. Over 270 kilograms of vegetables were harvested in a greenhouse near the Neumayer III polar research station. And this at outside temperatures as low as minus 45 degrees, without light, without soil and without pesticides. Should astronauts ever be on Mars or the moon, fresh vegetables would do them good.
Then perhaps it would only need a good method to preserve the food. EnWave, for example, has something like this with its world-leading vacuum microwave dehydrogenation technology. With its patented method for the precise dewatering of organic materials, the company has been able to conclude license agreements with many well-known companies in the food and pharmaceutical industries.
The REV™ technology from EnWave - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hVSI-SRl4m4=549s - is is also ideally suited for drying and decontaminating legal cannabis. EnWave has already concluded four licence agreements in this area. With the increasing use of medicinal cannabis worldwide, this is a certainly lucrative business area. It is no coincidence that EnWave was added to a cannabis ETF. This is where companies are romping about that are predicted to have a profitable future due to the growth of the cannabis industry.
Also good for cannabis producers such as RavenQuest BioMed. Extremely clean and safe is the end product of society, which is by no means easy. Two production sites therefore deliver the best quality, confirmed by Health Canada. The next goals of RavenQuest BioMed - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UgUsP8r2KiA - is to increase production and expand into Europe.
Meanwhile, further research is being carried out in the Antarctic greenhouse. The only 13 square meters large house delivered the best tomatoes, cucumbers and salad. The rearing of peppers and strawberries was not yet satisfactory. The air was probably too dry for the peppers and the strawberries actually lacked a cold phase.
Current company information and press releases from EnWave (https://www.resource-capital.ch/de/unternehmen/enwave-corp/ ) and RavenQuest BioMed (https://www.resource-capital.ch/de/unternehmen/ravenquest-biomed-inc/ ).
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