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Fukuoka, you are upsetting the conference with your remarks," shutting my mouth for me. Well, that's what happened. 46 Modest Solution to a Difficult Problem So, it appears that government agencies have no intention of stopping pollution. A second difficulty is that all aspects of the problem of food pollution must be brought together and solved at the same time. A problem cannot be solved by people who are concerned with only one or another of its parts. To the extent that the consciousness of everyone is not fundamentally transformed, pollution will not cease.

The consumer demands large, shiny, unblemished produce of regular shape. To satisfy these desires, agricultural chemicals that were not used five or six years ago have come rapidly into use. How did we get into such a predicament? People say they do not care if cucumbers are straight or crooked, and that fruit does not necessarily have to be beautiful on the outside. But take a look inside the wholesale markets in Tokyo sometime if you want to see how the price responds to consumer preferences.

Growing Rice in a Dry Field By the beginning of August, the rice plants in the neighbours' fields are already waist high, while the plants in my fields are only about half that size. ” "Sure," I answer. " I do not try to raise tall fast-growing plants with big leaves. Instead, I keep the plants as compact as possible. Keep the head small, do not over nourish the plants, and let them grow true to the natural form of the rice plant. Usually rice plants three or four feet tall produce luxuriant leaves and give the impression that the plant is going to produce a lot of grain, but it is only the leafy stalks that are growing strongly.

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