The good news first, most of the routine garden produce like tomatoes, apples and cabbage showed with no detectable radiation. AizuMisato sits in the further west region of Fukushima.
Where the radiation contamination was showing up frequently was in soybeans, autumn buckwheat, shiitake mushrooms grown indoors and a variety of wild vegetables and mushrooms.
Autumn Buckwheat that showed contaminated ranged from .29 to 14.58 bq/kg
Soybean that showed contaminated ranged from 5.55 to 21.16 bq/kg
Koshiabura was the highest reading on the list at 166.3 bq/kg
The entire list in English: Aizu Misato – emergency monitoring inspection on agricultural products2012
Original page in Japanese: http://www.town.aizumisato.fukushima.jp/11,11191,124.html
Where is AizuMisato http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aizumisato,_Fukushima
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