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AP PHOTOS: India's lockdown spurs new gardeners in Nagal
by Yirmiyan Arthur
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1 July 2020
On 1 July 2020 The Associated Press reported:
Nagas are traditional farmers. But as concrete covers land that was once tilled, lifestyles have changed. Kohima, the semi-urban capital of the northeastern state of Nagaland, relies on satellite villages for green vegetables. But supply lines were cut during India's 10-week nationwide lockdown that eased in early June, inspiring residents to grow their own.
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The region is receiving its annual rainfall and the hills are green with recently sown paddy saplings. In the marketplace, women sit under umbrellas with fresh vegetables plucked from their gardens or procured from nearby villages.
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