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This is the VOA Special English Agriculture Report.



Japan's nuclear crisis may mean greater demand for imported food and less competition from Japanese products on world markets. But it also means that Japanese farmers and others who make and sell food have to worry about their future.



Yasumichi Tanaka sells fish at one of Japan's busiest fish markets. But now there are fewer fish to sell.



YASUMICHI TANAKA: "Fish supplies from the radiation-contaminated regions have been totally halted."



The radiation is from the Fukushima nuclear power station that was damaged by the March eleventh earthquake and tsunami. The extent of the problems are still not clear.



Last Friday, China joined a number of other countries that have banned imports of food from the affected areas. Chinese media said the banned items include milk products, fruit, vegetables and seafood.



Singapore also has a ban in place. Restaurant manager Connie Hon says some people are worried about eating Japanese food.



CONNIE HON: "Consumer confidence is yes, somewhat shaken I would say amongst some of the Singapore populace, but that can't be helped, I think."



The United States has also banned foods from radiation-affected areas, and so has the Japanese government itself.



Radioactive particles travel in the wind and get absorbed into soil with the help of rain and snow. Then plant roots take up the material and the plants become contaminated. Animals eat the plants and their products become contaminated.



Some kinds of radiation stay in the environment longer than others.



Medical physicist Jerrold Bushberg is a radiation expert at the University of California, Davis. Professor Bushberg says removing the topsoil might make the land safe for use. But it depends on the depth of the radioactive material. And for now, he says, it is too early to take any measures.



Experts say the ocean will help dilute radiation in seawater. But the tsunami also destroyed seafood, sank fishing boats and leveled processing plants.



Charles Ebinger studies the politics of energy at the Brookings Institution in Washington. Mr. Ebinger says the danger to adults from radiation-contaminated food is overstated. Still, the affected areas of northeastern Japan are deeply dependent on agriculture and fish, he says. So their economy could suffer the most.



And that's the VOA Special English Agriculture Report, written by Jerilyn Watson. You can download free transcripts and MP3s of all of our reports and other Special English programs at voaspecialenglish.com. I'm Bob Doughty.

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This is the VOA special English Agriculture report
Janpan's nuclear crisis may mean greater demand for imported food had less competition from Janpanese products on world markets.What also means that Janpanese farmers and others who make and sell food have to worry about their future.
nasumichi tanake sells fish at one of Janpan's busiest fish markets but now there are fewer fish to sell
fish supplies from  the radiation contaminated  regions  have been totally halted
the radiation is from the fukshima nuclear power station that was damaged by the 3.11th  earthquake and stunami, the extent of the problem are still not clear
last friday, china  joined a number of other contries that have banned  imports of food from the affected areas  
chinese media said the banned items include local products, food ,vegtables and sea food,Singpore aiso has a ban in place, restaurant manager coni hon  says some people are  worried about eating Janpanese food , consumer confidence is yes
so what shaking i will say amongst   some singpore populace but  that can't help , i think
the united states has also banned food from radiation affected areas, and so has the Janpanese government itself, radioative particals  traving in the wind and get absorbed into soil  with the help of rain and snow,then take up the material and the plants become











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This is the VOA Special English Agriculture Report.


Japan's nuclear crisis made mean greater demand for imported food and less competition from Japanese products on world markets. But it also means that Japanese farmers and others who make and sell food have to worry about their future. D T sells fish on one of Japan's busiest fish markets. But now there are fewer fish to sell.


D T: Fish supplies from ... have been totally hold.


The radiation is from the Hukishima Nuclear Power Station that was damaged by the March 11th earthquake and tsunami. The extental of problems are still not clear.


Last Friday China joined a number of other countries that have banned imports of food from the affected area. Chinese media said the banned items include milk products, fruit, vegetables and sea food. Sigerpore also has a banned impalce. Restaurant manager C H says some people are worried about eating Japanese food.


C H: More confidence is, yes, so what chicken, I was among some of the Singapour populas can be held I think.


United States has also banned food from radiation affected areas, and so has the Japanese government itself.


Radioactive particles travel in the wind and get absorbed into soil with the help of rain and snow. Then plant roots take up the material and the plants become contaminated. Animals eat the plants and their products become contaminated.


Some kinds of radiation stay in the environment longer than others. Medical Physicist, Jarode Pushberg, is a radiation expert at the University of California Davis. Professor Pushberg says removing the top soil might make the land safe for use, but it depends on the depth of radioactive material. And for now, he says, it is too early to take any measures. Experts say the Ocean will help to dilute radiation in sea water. But the tsunami also destroyed sea food.


Thank fishing boats and leveled processing plans, Charles Ebenger studied the politics of energy at the Brooking Institution in Washington D. C.. Mr. Ebenger says the danger to adults from radiation contaminated food is overstaded. Still, the affected areas of northeastern Japan are deeply dependent on agriculture and fish, he says. So their economy could suffer the most.




And That's the VOA Special English Agriculture Report, written by W J. You can download at voaspecialenglish.com. I'm Bob D.


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This VOA Special English agriculture report.Japan's nuclear crisis may mean the greater demand food for imported food and lest competition from Japanese products on world markets.But it also means the Japanese farmers and others who make and sell food have to worry about the future.Tonk sells fish and one of the Janpan business fish markets.But now there are fewer fish to sell."fish supplys ? have been totally held".Radioation is from the Fkx power station that was damaged by the March 11th earthquake and tsunami.The extent of problems are still not clear.Last Friday,China joined numbers of other countries that have baned imported food from the affected areas.Chinese media said the banned items include milk products,food,vegetable and sef food.Singapore also has the ban in place.Wester Manager Kony says some people are worried about eat Japanese food."The consumer confidence is yes,so much shaking ,i will say ? the Singapore ? it can be healthy,i think".The United States has aslo baned food from the radioation affected areas and so has the Japanese govenment itself.Radioactive particles travleing the wind and give off the absorbing into soil with the help of wind and snow.Then plants food take up the material and the plants become contaminated.Animals eat the plants and their products become contaminated.Some kinds of radioation stay in the environment than others.Medical physis jonor Bush Burg is a radioation expert at the university of Cnafinia Davis.Professor Bush says we, moving the top soil ,might make the land safe for use.But it depends on the deepth of radioactive material and for now he says it is too early to take any measures.Experts say the ocean will help dilute radioation in sea water.But the tsunami also destroied the sea food,sinked fishing boat and leveld process in plants.Charis studys the poloticas of energy at spoken institution in Wshington DC.Mr Ebenger says the danger to ? from the radioation contaminated food is overestimated. still affected areas  northeast Japan are deeply indpended on agriculture on fish,he says.So their economy could suffer the most.
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And that's the VOA Special English Agriculture Report, written by Jerilyn Watson. You can download free transcripts and MP3s of all of our reports and other Special English programs at voaspecialenglish.com. I'm Bob Doughty.

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This is the VOA Special English Agricultural Report.
Japan's nuclear (crisis)may mean great demand for important food had less competition from Japanese products on world markets.But it also means that Japanese farmers and others who make and sell food have to worry about their future.
Y.sells fish at one of Japan's busiest fish markets,but now there are fewer fish to sell.
Fish supplies from the (radiation-contaminated)regions have been totally (halted).
The radition is from the Fukushima Nuclear Power Station,that was damaged by the March 11th earthquake and tsunami.The extent of the problems are not clear.
Last Friday China joined a number of other countries that have banned *imports of food from the affected areas.Chinese media said the banned items include milk products,fruit,vegetables and sea food.
Singapore also has a ban (in place).Restaurant manager C.says some people are worried about eating Japanese food.
Consumer confidence is yes,(somewhat)shaken I was say (amongst)some of the Singpore (populace),but it can't be helped I think.
The United States has also banned foods from radiation-affected areas.And so has the Japanese government itself.
Radioactive (particles)travel in the wind and get *absorbed into soil with the help of rain and snow.Then plat (roots)take up the material and the plat (roots)take up the material and the plants become (contaminated).Animals eat the plants and their products become contaminated.
Some kinds of radiation stay in the environment longer than others.
Medical (physicist)J.is a radiation expert at the University of California, Davis.Professor B.removing the (topsoil)might make the land safe for use.But it depends on the depth of redioactive material,and for now he says,it is too early to take any measures.
Experts say the ocean will help (dilute)the rediation in seawater,but the tsunami also destoryed seafood,*sank fishing boates and (leveled)(processing plants).
CA.studies the (politics)of the energy at the (Brooking Institution)in Washington DC.Mr.E says the danger to adults from rediation-contaminated food is (overstated).Still the affted areas of northeasten Japan are deeply dependent on agriculture and fish he says.So their economy could suffer the most.
And that's the VOA Special English Agriculture Report,written by J.You can download free transcrips and MP3s of all of our reports and other special english programs at voaspecialenslish.com..I'm B.

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It is the VOA Special English Agriculture Report.Japan's nuclear crisis may mean greater demand for imported food had less competition from the Japanese products on world markets.But it also means that Japanese farmers and others who make and sell food have to worry about their future.Yasumichi Tanaka sells fish and one of the Japan's busiest the fish market.But now there are fewer fish to sell. Fish supplies fromthe radiation contaminated regions   have been totally halted.The radio ation is from the /  nuclear power station that was damaged by the March 11th earthquake and /.The / problems are still not clear.Last friday, Chain joined the number of other countries that have bad inports of food from the /.Chinese media said the bad / includ / products foot vegetballs and safe food.Sigpall also has a bad inplace.Restrant manager CH says some people are worried about eating Japanese food. / confendence is YES.Some / I was say /, but the can be helped I think.The United State has also the bad food from the radiation /.And so haves the Japanese goverment itself.Radio active partical travling the / and get up the / to sail with the help / and / .Then, plat foods take up the materiral and the plats become the / .Animals eats the plats and theri products become /.Some kinds of radiation stay in inverment longer than others ./ that the university of California /. Professier Bush says we moving the top / might make the land safe for ues.But it depends on the / of the radiation materil.And for now he says It is too eargly to take any measgers.Expert say they will help / radiation in safe water.But the / also destroy the safe food.Thank fishing books and leved pressing plans.JE study the / of / and / the /   in Washington DC.Mrs E says the danger to    from the radiotion   the food is over stayed,stil, they affect their / Japan are deeply depended an agriculture and fish he says.So there is / could sufer the most.

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Japan's nuclear crisis may mean greater demand for the imported food and less competition from Japanese products on world marckets.
But it also means that Japanese farmers and others who may can sell food after worrying about their future.
L. sells fish at one of the Japan's busiest fish marckets. But now there are fewer fish to sell.
Fish supplies ?from have been totally holded through.
The radiation is from the F. Nuclear Power Station that was damaged by the March eleventh earthquack under Sulami. The extend of problem the is still not clear. Last Friday China joined the member of other countries that have banned imports of food from the affected areas.
Chinese media said the banned items include milk products, food, vegetables and sea food. Singapore has also a ban in place. B? crop manager Conny says some people are worried about eating Japanese food. Consumers' confidence is yes. So what shaken? I was said ?there among some of the Singapore popular? but can't have
The United States has also banned foods from radition affected areas.
So has the Japanese government itself. Radiactive particles travel in the wind, and get absorbed into soil with the help of the rain and snow. Then foods take up the material and the plants become contaminated.
Animal eat the plants, and their products become contaminated. Some kinds of radiation stay in the environment longer than others. Medicalphysicist G.P. is a radiation expert at the university of Canifornia, Davis. Professor Pushberg says removing the top soil might make the land safe for use. But it depends on the depth of the radioactive material. And for now, he says, it was too early to take any measures. Experts say the ocean will help dilute radiation in sea water. But the Sulami also destroied sea food, ? fishing boats and labelled? processing plants. Chairs G. studies the politics of the energy at the booking sense? institution in Washington D.C. Mr A. says the danger to adopt? to radiation contaminated food is overstated.  The affected areas of Northeastern Japan are deeply dependent on agriculture and fish, he says. So their economy could suffer the most.
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This is the VOA Special English argiculture report.Japan's nuclear crisis may mean greater demand for improtant food and less competition from Japanese products and world markets. But it also means the Japanese farmers and others who make and sell food have to worry about the future.
(Yasumiqitak) sells fish at one of Japan's busiest fish markets. But now there are fewer fish to sell. Fish supplies from the radiation () regions have been totally halted.
The radiation is from the Fukushima nuclear power station. That was demaged by the March 11th earthquake and tsunami. The extent of problems are till not clear.
Last Friday, China  joined the number of other countries that have banned imports of food from the effected areas. Chinese media said the baned items include milk products, fruit, vegetables and sea food. Singapore also has a ban inplace. Restaurant manager Carni Hang says some people  are worried about eating Japanese food. Consumer confidence is yes, so what shaken, I was say amongst some Singapore populace, but they can't be helped, I think.
The United States also banned food from radiation effected areas. And so has the Japanese government itself.
Radio () travel in the wind, and get ()  into the soil with the help of rain and snow. Then plant roots take up the  material and the plants become contaminated. Animals eat the plants and their products become contaminated. Some kinds of radiation stay in the environment longer than others.
Madical physicist Jerrlod  Bushberg is radiation expert at the University of California,  Davis. Professor Bushberg says removing the top soil might make the land safe for use, but it depends on the depth of radio material. And for now, he says it is too early to take any measures. Experts say the (ocean) will help (dilute) radiation in sea water. But the tsunami also destoried sea food,
sank fishing boats and leveled (pro ) plants.
Charles Ebinger studies politics of energy at the Booking (Institution) in Washington DC. Mr Ebinger says  the danger to (adults) from radiation contaminated food is over (). Still the effected areas of northeastern Japan are deeply depended on argiculture and fish, he says. So there economy could suffer the most.
And that is the VOA special english argiculture report, written by Jelen Wasen. You can download free () and MP3s of  all our reports and other special english programs at VOAspecialenglish.com. I'm Bobby Doughty.

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[HW]This is VOA special English argricultrue report,Japan's nuclear crisis may mean greater demand for imported food has less competetion from Japan products on world market.but it also means the farmers who make and sell food have to worried about their future.**one of busiest fish market,but now there are few fish to sell.** say :fish supply from radiation area has been totally holded.
the radiation is from the nuclear power station which is damaged by the 3.11th earthquack and tsunami,the extends of the problems are still not clear.
last friday,China jiont the number of other country that baned import food from the affected areas,the Chinese media said the banned items include milk products,fruit,vegetables,and sea food.Singepore also has a ban in place.restaurant manager says,some people are worried about eating Japanese food,consumer confidence is yes,the U.S has also banned foods from the radiation affected areas. so as the Japanese government itself.Radioactive particle travel in the wind and get absorved into soil with the help of rain and snow.then plant roots take up the materia and the plants become contaminated.animal eat the plant,and their product become contaminated.  some kinds of radiation stay in the environment longer others.medical physicis ** is the radiation expert in the University of Canifornia.he say remove the top soil may make the land safe ,but it depends on the depth of the radioactive materia.For now it is too early to take any measures.he say the ocean will help ** radiation in seawater,but tsunami also destroy sea food,sank fishing boat,leveled processing plants.Mr.**says the danger to adults from radiation contaminated food is overstated.still the affected areas in northeast Japan are deeply depend on agriculture and fish,so their economy could suffer the most

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this is the voa special english agriculture report
japan's nuclear crisis meaning great demand for import food and less compitetion from japan products on world market.but it is also means that japaness farmers and others make a sell food have to worry about their future.sells fish at one of japaness busiest fish markets,but now there are few fish to sell.fish supply from ration contamination the have been totally holden the radiation is from the Fucon nuclear power station that was damaged by the March eleventh earthquake and tsunami.the extends of the problem are still not clear.last friday china join the number of other countries that have banned imports fo food from the affect erea.chinese medias said the baned items include milk products,food ,vegetables and seafood.singapo also has abandon inplace,president manager Count Hang says some people are worried about eating japaness food.confidents is yes .so i was say amoung some of the singapo peoples by  .unite states has also baned foods from rediation affected ereas.and so has the japaness goverment itself.radioactive particuls travelling the wind and get exsort into soil with the help of rain and snow .then plant roots take up the material and the plants become contaminated.animals eat the plants and their products become contaminated ,some kind of rediation stay in the invironment longer than others.          is a rediation expert atuniversity of California.professior Pus says remove the top soil might the land safe for use.but it depends on the depth of the redioactive material .and for now he says it is to early to take any measures.experts say the oecean will help     the rediation in sea water.but the tsunami also destoried the seafood fishing boats and leveled processing request.Chals evenge studies the polotics of engery at the cooking institution in Washionton D C.Mr envenge says the engery to adopt from radiation  contaminated food is over stated ,still the affect ereas in japan are deeply depend on agriculture and fish he says,so the economy could suffer the most and that is the voa special english agriculture report .write by  you can download free transcript and MP3 of all over our reports and other spcial english programs at voaspecialenglish.com.I am Steve member.

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This is the VOA special English agriculture report.Japan`s nuclear crisis may mean greater damand for import food and less competition from Japanese products on world markets.But it also means the Japanese farmers and others who make and sell food have to worry about their future.Y...TU.. sells fish at one of Japan`s busiest fish markets.But now there are fewer fish to sell.

Fishes supplies from the radiation contaminated regions have been totally halted.

The radiation is from the FUK..nuclear power station that was damaged by march eleventh earthquake and tsunami.The extent of the problems are still not clear.Last Friday,China joined a number of other countries that have banned imports of food from the affected area.Chinese media said the banned items include milk products,fruit,vegetables and sea food.Singapore also has a ban in place.restaurant manager connie says some people are worried about Japanese food.

Consumer confidence is yes.somewhat shaken I will say amongst some of the Singapoer populace,but that can`t be helped,I thinked.

The United states has also banned foods from radiation affected areas,and so has the Japanese government itself.Radioactive particles travel in the wind and get absorded into the topsoil with the help of rain and snow.Then plant roots take up the material and the plants become contaminated.Animals eat the plants and their products become contaminate.Some kings of radiation stay in the environment longer than others.(Medical physicist Jerrold Bushberg is a radiation expert at the University of California, Davis. Professor Bushberg )says  remove the topsoil might make the land safe for use.But it depends on the depth of the radioactive material.And for now,he says it is too early to take any measures.Experts say the ocean will help dilute radiation in sea water.But the tsunami also destroyed sea food,sank fishing boats and leved processing plants.C E studies the politics of energy at the book institution Washington D.C.MR A says the danger to adults from radiation contaminated food is overstated.Still,the affected areas of northeastern Japan are deeply depandent on agriculture and fish,he says.So their economy could suffer the most.
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This is the VOA Special English Agriculture Report.

Japan's nuclear crisis may mean greater demand for imported food and less competition from Japanese products on world markets. But it also means that Japanese farmers and others who make and sell food have to worry about their future.

Yasumichi Tanaka sells fish at one of Japan's busiest fish markets. But now there are fewer fish to sell.

YASUMICHI TANAKA: "Fish supplies from the radiation-contaminated regions have been totally halted."

The radiation is from the Fukushima nuclear power station that was damaged by the March eleventh earthquake and tsunami. The extent of the problems are still not clear.

Last Friday, China joined a number of other countries that have banned imports of food from the affected areas. Chinese media said the banned items include milk products, fruit, vegetables and seafood.

Singapore also has a ban in place. Restaurant manager Connie Hon says some people are worried about eating Japanese food.

CONNIE HON: "Consumer confidence is yes, somewhat shaken I would say amongst some of the Singapore populace, but that can't be helped, I think."

The United States has also banned foods from radiation-affected areas, and so has the Japanese government itself.

Radioactive particles travel in the wind and get absorbed into soil with the help of rain and snow. Then plant roots take up the material and the plants become contaminated. Animals eat the plants and their products become contaminated.

Some kinds of radiation stay in the environment longer than others.

Medical physicist Jerrold Bushberg is a radiation expert at the University of California, Davis. Professor Bushberg says removing the topsoil might make the land safe for use. But it depends on the depth of the radioactive material. And for now, he says, it is too early to take any measures.

Experts say the ocean will help dilute radiation in seawater. But the tsunami also destroyed seafood, sank fishing boats and leveled processing plants.

Charles Ebinger studies the politics of energy at the Brookings Institution in Washington. Mr. Ebinger says the danger to adults from radiation-contaminated food is overstated. Still, the affected areas of northeastern Japan are deeply dependent on agriculture and fish, he says. So their economy could suffer the most.

And that's the VOA Special English Agriculture Report, written by Jerilyn Watson. You can download free transcripts and MP3s of all of our reports and other Special English programs at voaspecialenglish.com. I'm Bob Doughty.
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This is the VOA  SE Agriculture Report.Japan's nuclear crisis may mean greater  demand for imported food and less competition from Japanese products on world markets, but it also means that Japanese farmers and others who make  and sell food have to worry about their future. YT sells fish at one of Japan's busiest fish markets, but now there are few fish to sell. Fish supplies from radiation-contaminated regions have been totally halted. The radiation is from the Fukushima nuclear power station that was damaged by Mar 11's earthquake and tsunami. The extent of the problems are still not clear. Last Friday, China has joined a number of other countries that have banned imports of food from the affected areas. Chinese media said the banned items include milk products, fruit, vegetables, and seafood. Singapore also has a ban in place. Restaurant manager Connie Hon says  some people are worried about eating Japanese food. Consumer confidence is yes, somewhat is shaken I would say amongst some of the Singapore populace, but that can't be helped I think. The United States has also banned  foods from radiation affective areas and so has the Japanese government itself. Radioactive particles travel in the wind and get absorbed into soil with the help of rain and snow. Then plant roots take up the material and the plants become contaminated, animals eat the plants and their products become contaminated. Some kinds of radiation stay in the environment longer than others. Medical physicist GB is a radiation expert at the University of California, Davis. Professor B says removing the top soil might make the land safe for use, but it depends on the depth of radioactive material and for now he says it is too early to take any measures. Experts say the ocean will help dilute radiation in seawater. But the tsunami also destroyed seafood, sank fishing boats, and leveled processing plants. CE studies the politics of the energy at the Brookings Institution in Washington DC. Mr. E says the danger to adults from radiation contaminated food is overstated. Still the affected areas of northeastern  Japan are deeply depended on agriculture and fish, he says. So their economy could suffer the most.

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