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Panasonic turns to vegetable farming in Singapore

21 August 2014 Last updated at 02:24 BST

Electronics giant Panasonic is best known for making televisions and DVD players.

Yet the Japanese firm has now turned its hand to growing vegetables in Singapore.

The plants are played special music to help them grow.

The BBC's Ali Moore reports on the serious business intentions behind Panasonic's move.

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