Watch: The Georgia Winery Wants To Be The First To Grow Grapes On Another Planet. The project is looking to grow grapevines that are good for the Mars farm pods.
The Georgia Winery has prided itself in the way it has been making wine for the past centuries. The winery now wants to grow its own wine grapes on Mars. The state says that it’s the first state that has ever produced the sweet nectar that has been used in dinners and celebrations. The sweet nectar being wine, of course. The country wants to continue producing wine for those who want to move to the red planet.
They titled it the IX Millenium project. The project is looking to grow grapevines that are good for the Mars farm pods. NASA also believes that the research project might help in getting knowledge about mars’ rays, the dust and other difficulties that might occur when farming on Mars. The researchers say that they have also used bacteria that will transform the soil on mars into growing the grapes.
The founder of Georgia’s Space Research Agency and the adviser to the Ministry of Education and Science, Nikoloz Doborjgindize, says, “If we’re going to live on Mars one day, Georgia needs to contribute. Our ancestors brought wine to Earth so we can do the same to Mars.”
The contribution came after NASA asked for the people to give conceptions of a sustain human essence on Mars. The IX Millenium project is also supported by Georgian entrepreneurs and researchers. Georgia says that it has been around for 8000 years and it is the first state that started making wine. The claim came when there were pieces of wine vessels discovered at the country.
by Alexandra Ramaite