An Argentine farmer has grown a 124-acre image of Lionel Messi, who led the team to a historic victory over France in last month’s world cup in Qatar, as a unique way to commemorate the nation’s FIFA World Cup victory.
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The Sportbible reported that farmer Maximiliano Spinazze decided to grow an image of Messi by planting a specially designed cornfield. In field which is located in Argentina’s central Cordoba province, used an algorithm to determine where seeds should be planted. As a result, a huge picture of Messi’s face appeared and it is reportedly visible from space.
Sportbible also cited Spinazze as saying, “Now that they are world champions, I am delighted that this can be expressed by planting the crop.
Messi’s face appeared on the field as the process was explained by Carlos Faricelli, the agricultural engineer who wrote the code for the seed-sowing equipment. “I had the idea to create a code that goes in the seeders with Messi’s face as a tribute,” continued.
As Carlos Faricelli, the agricultural engineer who wrote the code for the seed-sowing described the procedure, face appeared on field.
“So when this corn matures, the aerial photograph will show less of the ground and closer-together plants. When there are fewer plants and a more intense green contrast, this type of agricultural art is produced.