NASA astronaut and International Space Station Commander Scott Kelly has shared images of the first flower grown in space: a zinnia that recently came to bloom.
Want to get your kids, or maybe your grandkids, interested in gardening?
Earth's drylands are getting greener. The phenomenon has been documented in satellite images over the last several years, but scientists haven't been able to explain the trend.
We've prepped the soil, planted the crops and fired the first salvos in our ongoing war against weeds. Now comes time to take this "growing" enterprise to the next level.
While the California drought has been a topic of discussion nationally for some time, researchers are now saying the effects of climate change -- and specifically, drought -- could put forests across the United States in danger.