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Baruya diapositives 69_jab_god_1 / Gwataie, Yambagwe and MJ in the same garden. Outside the fence are the rest of the team. In the background is Gwalama Mtn (the one with two tops) on the other side of the Yaiyagac River. Taro gardens are lower down. This pulpul garden is on excellent ground. You can 1ake a harvest and the roots will regrow another harvest in two more months, and you can make a third harvest. This can go on for 2 ½ years. Then you take out the old roots, turn the ground, and right away plant a new crop. The taro, will take about a year to mature - after that it can stay in the ground for 2 years -and can be used at the initiation ceremonies - it doesn't rot. In a dry garden, the taro can only be left for about a year - many insects can come and eat them if they are left for more time.
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Title/DescriptionGwataie, Yambagwe and MJ in the same garden. Outside the fence are the rest of the team. In the background is Gwalama Mtn (the one with two tops) on the other side of the Yaiyagac River. Taro gardens are lower down. This pulpul garden is on excellent ground. You can 1ake a harvest and the roots will regrow another harvest in two more months, and you can make a third harvest. This can go on for 2 ½ years. Then you take out the old roots, turn the ground, and right away plant a new crop. The taro, will take about a year to mature - after that it can stay in the ground for 2 years -and can be used at the initiation ceremonies - it doesn't rot. In a dry garden, the taro can only be left for about a year - many insects can come and eat them if they are left for more time.
Year/Period1969
Location Papua New Guinea/ Papouasie-Nouvelle-Guinée
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Quote this document 1969 [accessed: 2024/7/13]. "Gwataie, Yambagwe and MJ in the same garden. Outside the fence are the rest of the team. In the background is Gwalama Mtn (the one with two tops) on the other side of the Yaiyagac River. Taro gardens are lower down. This pulpul garden is on excellent ground. You can 1ake a harvest and the roots will regrow another harvest in two more months, and you can make a third harvest. This can go on for 2 ½ years. Then you take out the old roots, turn the ground, and right away plant a new crop. The taro, will take about a year to mature - after that it can stay in the ground for 2 years -and can be used at the initiation ceremonies - it doesn't rot. In a dry garden, the taro can only be left for about a year - many insects can come and eat them if they are left for more time. " (Object Id: 326928). In Baruya diapositives 69_jab_god_1. ODSAS: https://www.odsas.net/object/326928.
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