How MIT hacked horticulture to cultivate a hyper-flavorful basil plant

How MIT hacked horticulture to cultivate a hyper-flavorful basil plant


At MIT, Caleb Harper used his personal food computers to alter the climate in which he grew basil. Exposing it light for 24 hours a day changed the flavor profile of the plant, making it spicier and stronger.

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