A Japanese man grew a 63-leaf clover and entered the Guinness Book of Records 14:37

The publication writes that a man in Japan grew a 63-leaf clover and got into the Guinness Book of Records. UPI. Now he jokes that he is the king of luck because this plant is associated with luck.

A man named Yoshiharu Watanabe, 45, started growing clover in his garden in 2012. The Japanese admits that he started it with the goal of breaking the world record for the number of leaves on a plant. After 12 years, he finally did it.

Watanabe added that he uses a combination of naturally pollinating alfalfa fields and hand pollinating areas with the most leaves. His methods did not always work, but ultimately brought the desired result.

“People say the four-leaf clover brings good luck, so it would be great if this 63-leaf clover could bring surprise and joy to people,” said Yoshiharu.

A man from India had previously broken a world speed record writing with your nose.

What are you thinking?

Source: Gazeta


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