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Can mushrooms and solar power fill Japan's vacant farmland?

Dual land use pushes clean energy efforts

Mushrooms are grown under solar panels on farmland in Miyagi Prefecture, northeastern Japan.

TOKYO -- Farmers in Japan could be in for a windfall if a new practice of combining agriculture with solar power generation takes root.

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