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May 31, 2011
Farmers lead their cows transporting carts of cow dung, to be used as fertiliser, as they walk past a...
MIN, China
Farmers walk past a field of codonopsis pilosula, a traditional Chinese medicine also known as dang shen,...
Farmers lead their cows transporting carts of cow dung, to be used as fertiliser, as they walk past a field of codonopsis pilosula, a traditional Chinese medicine also known as dang shen, in Min county, Gansu province May 31, 2011. Rows of white plastic shields have been installed to protect the roots of the dang shen to keep it warm and moist. Commonly used as a cheaper substitute for ginseng, the herb is believed to lower blood pressure, boost one's immune system and improve appetite. REUTERS/Stringer (CHINA - Tags: AGRICULTURE SOCIETY HEALTH)
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