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Niseko Green Farm Hydroponic Micro Vegetable Production
北海道

Niseko Green Farm is pretty quiet in winter but they do have a Hydroponic Micro Vegetable unit !

Cool set up that produces a range of fresh vegetables and herbs through the winter season which comes in handy here in Niseko - YUM

Copyright: Glen Claydon
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送信日: 23/02/2010
更新日: 18/09/2014
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