A cabbage plant in Spain that costs nearly $3,000,000 is the cheapest of its kind in the world, according to a report from the UK’s Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA).
The plant, which is a collaboration between the Spanish government and a company called Caja Callejón, is a rare specimen that has been grown in the U.K. since 2009, when it was first cultivated in a garden in Oxfordshire.
According to DEFRA, the plant’s price tag is “just under the $3 million mark” for a single specimen, and it has only been used on a small scale for a few years, so its performance is not as good as some other similar plants.
But its performance in the field was so good that DEFRA officials decided to put it to use as a hedge against the effects of climate change, the company’s director said in a press release.
In 2018, DEFRA launched the Cabbage Plant in the UK to “create a sustainable future for British cabbage producers,” the company said.
The plant is also an annual source of revenue for DEFRA in the United Kingdom.
DEFRA says that the plant has been “sustainable” in all the ways that it’s being used, including its carbon footprint.
But in terms of environmental performance, the cabbage plant has a slight advantage over other cabbage plants.
Cabbage plants can grow at a much higher temperature than other cabbage varieties, which helps reduce the amount of water needed to grow.
Also, the water that the cabbage takes in is not a problem in the long term.
It also takes longer to decompose than other varieties.
So the plant can be more resilient to drought than other types of cabbage.
In addition, the price tag doesn’t include the environmental impact of the plant.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture estimates that the average cost of producing a single plant is around $3 per pound of food produced.