Tomato Fields. No, really - it is!

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    very cool shot!... i dunno what else to say? very cool
     
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    I thought I would see greens and reds o_O, very very interesting photo, 100 out of 10 interesting! But still I don't understand why it's... white?
     
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    Very nice! I too, do not understand why it's white.
     
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    The white might be lime that has been spread on the ground. Neat photo,and well-done with good straight lines. Lovely pattern. This photo symbolizes the uniformity of modern agribusiness.
     
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    Thanks!

    From what I gather, they drag a machine behind the tractor that creates those long raised plant-beds for the plants. The white material is a covering of some kind that gets laid over top. They put the stakes in (those are the vertical lines) and the tomato plants are "planted" between the stakes - the plants themselves are the dots on the white strips.
     
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    Neat shot... Different and not what I was expecting lol.
     
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    Awesome
     

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