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Growing fruits and vegetables in space have been a dream of mankind since the 21st century because we fear that one day we will encounter the same catastrophe like the dinosaurs, and if that happens, we can survive by migrating to other planets to ensure the continuation of mankind, but only if we can get a method to grow our food. Now, what humans want to do, but can't, is possible thanks to Steam's survival sandbox game ARK: Survival Evolved. In its DLC, ARK: Genesis Part 2, humans will be able to use high-tech techniques to cultivate the land and make an off-Earth life form a reality.
In ARK: Genesis 2, we can use the "Tek Crop Plot". According to previous players of ARK: Survival Evolved, most of the Tek Technologies require Energy Element Blocks as a source of energy to function. And justly so, unlike normal crop plots, Tek Crop Plots require energy from a Tek Generator. As a Crop Plot, its main purpose is to grow vegetables, and Tek energy can help plants grow faster without the need for sunlight, and allow your vegetables to grow healthy and strong.
Not being tied to the ground, the Tek Crop Plot in ARK: Genesis 2 is theoretically capable of being used in any environment, and that includes the icy space capsules. And indeed it does have this capability, as the general setting of ARK: Genesis Part 2 is a spaceship, and it is just the place where the player must survive.
The Tek cultivation plot is the Tek level version of a normal cultivation plot. At the same time, they have a higher storage capacity. Tek cultivation plots also cool the plants, making them more self-stable. In addition, Tek grow plots have a maximum greenhouse effect of 500%, making them 1.5 times faster and more efficient than other grow plots.