Mutated eggplant was found in Settsu city Osaka.
It’s a common type of eggplant called Chunaga nasu. One eggplant is splited into four parts.
Agricultural department of Osaka government comments, it may be due to the temperature and nutrition in soil when the flower bud was growing. It’s common to see the conjoint eggplant of two parts, but it’s rare to see the one of four parts.
Une aubergine mutante a été trouvée dans la commune de Settsu dans Osaka.
C’est une variété courante d’aubergine nommé Chunaga nasu. Une aubergine éclatée en quatre.
Le département de l’Agriculture d’Osaka en dit que ce peut être du à la température et aux nutriments du sol lorsque la fleur en bouton se développait. Il est courant de voir des aubergines conjointes en deux morceaux mais il est rare d’en trouver une divisée en quatre.
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