Fast Plants(TM) (scientific name: Brassica rapa) are rapid-cycling brassicas.
They are members of the crucifer family of plants, closely related to cabbage,
turnips, broccoli and other cruciferous vegetables. Bred for over 30
years at the University
of Wisconsin – Madison by Professor Paul H. Williams, Fast Plants(TM) today require little more attention than continuous fluorescent light,
water, and fertilizer. The seeds that you grow in your classroom can
be immediately planted or stored for up to 10 years in a refrigerator.
Read The Story of the First Fast Plants(TM)