I haven't heard about it.Even though the topic is full ...
rain!became.You can hear the "hot sigh" of hydrangea.The rainy season is still in Nagasaki.
A lot of sprouts were attached to the tea seedlings that we all planted in March.I got fertilizer and am growing up again.I was worried that the leaves that were attached to the plant would fall off one after another, and the tea farmer said, "3% will die." Growing up.
The tea trees in the tea plantation were poorly harvested this year and were not picked very much.There seem to be various causes, but because it is old, the tea farmer of Sonogi tea cut it.Immediately after that, I received an application for volunteering and had them mow the grass around the tea tree.Four people from Nikko Securities. The three have just arrived in Nagasaki in April and May.It's the first time for me to hold a sickle because I call myself a city boy. I was surprised and laughed at the words, "I'm afraid of flying grasshoppers," but as expected, young people and even mowers started to operate, and the tea plantations became cleaner.
The harvest was one after another.
In the autumn of wheat, the 5th and 6th graders of Sotokai Higashi Elementary School came to harvest the wheat that had grown under the rescue hospital.I enjoyed cutting with a sickle, struggled, and it was difficult to bundle it for drying, so I worked with volunteers to teach me how to cut it in about an hour.It was in the morning, but on a hot day, I sweated a lot, but I thought about cooking with this powder and went back to school.Udera's wheat is also a good harvest, and it is also milled at a high-level rice mill and returned to powder.
The onions raised by the volunteers of Udera were also a good harvest.It's hard to get it wet, so it's a bit jarring, but it's blessed with fine weather, and it's a nice dry onion.I had you pick it up at the elderly home immediately.
In nature, I have a hard time getting angry and using my body, but I get a crush on my growth and I am happy with the fruits. (Sr Aka)