|MadSci Network: General Biology|
I cannot think of any human or plant physiological reason why it is not reccomended to eat leafy vegetables during the wet season. During the rainy season, there is an increase in insects and slugs due to the increased breeding habitat (puddles) for those animals. These animals may carry dieases and bacteria and they often find refuge amoung the folds of the leaves of leafy vegetables.
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