On a planet with a spectrum of fog environs, like Earlie Prime's Haze and Veil, the chem specs can and most absolutely do vary valley to valley and square to square. While BC ecological diversity has long been a ghost of what it once was, The Fringe still makes rich soil for a prehistoric breadth of floral species and subspecies, seemingly crafted bespoke for the whole of the minutiae of ecological circumstance within which they're tasked to make life. This makes the propagation of such species incredibly difficult, nigh impossible. And while many buck any sort of off-world husbandry, the Fringe is ripe with unique floral properties, be they nutritional, medicinal, or chemically capable in some other fashion. But in order to elucidate such properties, the specimen must be picked and prodded in a laboratory setting. Enter the G&T's Florapack, a preservation device capable of excising a fragment of the entire ecosystem necessary to keep an indigenous specimen alive - everything from gas to soil. While intended to be used primarily by research chemists, the packs have found popularity among the more well-endowed and aspirational of the gastrotech class as well.