Manga replaces soil in new farming technique.

Manga comics have a tried and true place in Japan's pop culture. However, in a world where energy is increasingly scarce, it seems every material is a place for energy and ecological innovation. Pink Tentacle points us to Koshi Kawachi who has figured how to make Manga comic books into growing environments.

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