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Fig. 4

From: Nationwide distribution of Kyo-yasai (heirloom vegetables in Kyoto) and the advantages of traditional farming methods with importance of ‘Syun’: a case of mizuna

Fig. 4

Traces of mizuna cultivation in the past: A cultivation field of mizuna in well-branched form “Oo-kabu” (traditional type); B magnification of a part of the cultivation field; C Root, stems and leaves overall; D Old-fashioned style in scraping root in 1982; E mizuna in well-branched form with the scraping (left), and without the scraping (right)

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