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Gardening for Therapeutic People-Plant Interactions during Long-Duration Space Missions

Raymond Odeh
  • Department of Environmental Horticulture, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, P.O. Box 110670, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL 32611 United States of America
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Published Online: 2017-02-10 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.1515/opag-2017-0001

Abstract

Plants provide people with vital resources necessary to sustain life. Nutrition, vitamins, calories, oxygen, fuel, and medicinal phytochemicals are just a few of the life-supporting plant products, but does our relationship with plants transcend these physical and biochemical products? This review synthesizes some of the extant literature on people-plant interactions, and relates key findings relevant to space exploration and the psychosocial and neurocognitive benefits of plants and nature in daily life. Here, a case is made in support of utilizing plant-mediated therapeutic benefits to mitigate potential psychosocial and neurocognitive decrements associated with long-duration space missions, especially for missions that seek to explore increasingly distant places where ground-based support is limited.

Keywords: Bioregenerative; Cognition; Countermeasure; Food Crop; Horticultural Therapy; Mental Health; Nature; Natural Environment; Psychological Stress; Spaceflight

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