Chapter 1 The Moon

There are no trees that bear fruit, but only root plants such as you have, the potatoes, turnips, carrots, and so on. These plants are planted at the beginning of the day and are completely ripe by the end of the day. At the onset of dusk, the people come out of their caverns, harvest this crop and carry it at once into their subterranean dwellings, and they subsist on this throughout the night and also through the following full day. – The Moon, Chapter 1, Paragraph 11

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