salt water tolerant rice
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Perhaps a variety of rice, that is salt water tolerant, could be solution for food in a seasteading environment.
And I think that kind of rice could be solution for food for people on land too.
Are there anyone in genetic plant research? I have some experience in chemistry and bioscience.
How can this be a “real topic” ??? A ton of rice is around $ 400-500, and there is plenty of it coming from Burma, Thailand, Vietnam, etc,…Why bother grow rice on a seastead ??
Certainly you could grow rice on a seastead for local use.
But yes, transportation costs would likely make it not economically feasible to export rice from a seastead to land.
You can grow anything on a seastead. But I don’t think rice should be a priority. Better grow pot.
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