Acknowledgements

A blog made with pictures, broken English and my vague "castellano" language.

Thanks Brian Hua for pushing me to make this blog. Work hard Brian...

This little mountain (about 10.000 Ha, 25.000 acres) call Sierra de Carrascoy, is where I grew up. How can you place the mountain in the world, HERE. My father used to work in a big farm on this mountain, so I had the chance to explore what was going on in these hillsides.

Aquí una preciosa vista de la umbría de la Sierra de Carrascoy, termino municipal de Alhama de Murcia. Como localizarla en el mundo? AQUI La foto esta realizada desde el Rio Guadalentin con la cámara de Carmen Lopez (la chica con la que comparto casa y crios); Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX3.

Este blog lo actualizo según la vida (trabajo, familia, etc...) me va dejando tiempo, por tanto irregularmente.

Monday, November 23, 2015

WHEAT - TRIGO

(Broken English) Working with wheat plants has been the most stimulating thing that has happened to me during my research career. It is the world leading source of vegetable protein, meaning than a lot of people rely on this crop for living. And yes, still today in Murcia almost 8.000 ha each year are occupied by wheat.

(Spanish) A pesar de la moda del brócoli, el trigo se resiste a dejar en el Valle Guadalentín.

La Sierra de Carrascoy desde el Valle del Guadalentin

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