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Niseko Green Farm - Gettin' It Done
Hokkaido

Niseko Green farm magic. On this organic farm there are definately some magic ingredients but the MASSIVE pile of $@#! to the right does the trick !

The huge green houses kick start the growing season with seddlings grown on mass.

Early summer in the Niseko region still sees snow on the peaks but you have to cover up because the bugs are OUT. 

Copyright: Glen claydon
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Uploaded: 01/04/2011
Updated: 19/09/2014
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Tags: niseko; hirafu; farming; japan; hokkaido
  • fred over 1 year ago
    what do they actually farm here?
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