Cyber Orchard AppearsWill, an Internet venture company, on May 15 announced that they have opened 'Adamworks (www.adam.works.com)', a site that enables people to buy land and cultivate and harvest tangerines, then have the fruit delivered to their homes.
Users can buy tracts of land ranging from 3.3 to 33 square meters at a cost of 5,000 won per square meter. They can water and fertilize, and then harvest the tangerines from cyberspace.
A representative of the site says "We expect our site to attract parents, children and workers who wish to go back to farms because people can receive genuine fruit that has been harvested through our 'farming game'."
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