A month has passed without a New Year's greeting.
Everyone, thank you again this year.
Early in the new year, the wild boar has been around. Even though it is a warm winter, the area around the tea plantations is dug up, assuming that food is in trouble. I was around when I discovered it, but I gradually began to dig up to the seedlings, and I'm wondering what happened.
The tea seedlings were growing well, but they suffered from salt damage in the typhoon last fall, and over half of them withered. If you are in a hurry to buy a fence, there are those who ask for wild boar extermination from the surroundings, some who advise you on measures to cope with the city hall, and some who apply for help when installing Thanks, and decided to see the situation for a while.
Tea seedlings are arranged and relieved to enter in March. The planting work seems to be busy.
From the bush, camellia and small flowers are also watching and encouraging.