* Fukushima evacuees may stay away months in worst case * Ploughing, fertilisers, 'Prussian blue' can help farming By Kate Kelland and Alister Doyle LONDON/OSLO, March 30 (Reuters) - People evacuated from a danger zone around Japan's damaged Fukushima nuclear plant may need to stay away for many months, but experts say there are ways to make their return swifter and easier. Radiation levels in the area now are higher than normal and could increase risks to long-term health, but ...
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