Food Generation


After the last batch of my tomatoes, basil and other vegetables, I just cut the stalks and left the pots fallow.  It rained a few days last week, and with no effort on my part, a new generation of life has sprung up, like weeds, but actually food.  In the US and Japan, I often found it very difficult to grow tomatoes from the seeds of the previous generation.  Here, it only takes a little bit of rain.  I’m pleasantly surprised, but worried about possible unpleasant truths about the modification/engineering of American/Japanese crops and seeds.



New generation of tomato, basil and kankun


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