NEWS
Road to Recovery
Richard Smith DTN Tokyo Correspondent
Mon Sep 9, 2013 01:49 PM CDT

EDITOR'S NOTE: Japan continues to rebuild from the earthquake, tsunami and nuclear disaster that hit the northern coastal region in March 2011. According to Associated Press, the Japanese government announced Sept. 3 an almost $500 million plan to contain leaks from the Fukushima nuclear plant. In recent weeks it was discovered some tanks have been leaking, as much as 300 tons of radioactive water each day.

DTN Japan correspondent Richard Smith visited the area with the damaged reactor early this year and reports on farmers'efforts to rebuild.


Two-and-a-half years after the earthquake, tsunami and nuclear meltdown, farmers in the Fukushima ...

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