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Organic food growing popular in Hong Kong thanks to food safety scare
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14 September 2014
On 14 September 2014 AFP reported:
It's a rural tradition that faded out decades ago as Hong Kong turned into a neon-lit megacity: rice seedlings being dropped into watery paddy fields with gentle plops. But now a new wave of farmers are growing the staple again in sleepy Long Valley in the city's northern New Territories, where buzzing insects and flocking birds offer a rich contrast to the high rise blocks in the distance. The naturally-farmed rice paddies started reappearing in Long Valley seven years ago after a 40-odd year absence.
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