On March 3 (Sat), tea seedlings were planted at Doro's cultivated field Uedera (Ohira). 14 of the 1600 plants planted last year have died due to salt damage from the typhoon.
About 40 volunteers, mainly Uedera volunteers, staff from Nagasaki City, Nagasaki Prefecture, volunteer members from Fermud Sotokai, and sisters. Under the guidance of Mr. N, who teaches tea in Nagasaki Prefecture, (20) drill holes with instruments and shovels, (900) plant seedlings to hold down the soil tightly, (2) cover the roots with chips to prevent drying, and (XNUMX) water , And a series of XNUMX pieces of cutting ⑤ seedlings to XNUMX cm was completed in about two hours. I was very relieved to see the field where the seedlings were lined up in order.
Due to the effects of the new type of pneumonia, the two companies that had offered cooperation were unable to participate in the headquarters directive, and with the companies who were very disappointed, we were worried about what would happen, but reinforcements more than expected , Blessed with the weather, thank you. Thank you all, God.