Tea planting this year was completed yesterday! The planned 3 month, 8 day, 9 day, people from Tokai Kurosaki Elementary School and Freehouse, who participated individually, planted lively. Of course, all the volunteers of Udera were active as leadership. Dig a hole about 20 centimeters in a circle of mulch, float the soil so that the roots of the seedlings extend straight down, and place wood chips around the roots. 1 names from elementary school 4 students to 29 students grabbed the point immediately, and planted one after another, regardless of the concerns of adults. 1300 books in two days!
Another difficult task. A lot of wood chips for weeding are laid in the furrows, but because it is a terraced field, it is hard work to lift the slope. Everyone did their best. The 10 day that was scheduled for another day was canceled with a rain forecast. As expected, God's watering is plenty! I am growing well.
Well, yesterday, 17 day was planting 300 books that were not received in time. I couldn't schedule any help on this day. When I was thinking, how many days ago, Nikko Securities applied for volunteers 2 days ago. The young people worked hard on the 8 name, and all the woodchips were carried while sweating. Completed in the morning. 1600 tea trees are lined up in the row of 3 stages.
The warm preservation cooperation of the Cultural Properties Conservation Planning Association, Nagasaki Prefecture Tea Manager, Nagasaki City World Heritage Promotion Office, Higashisonogi-cho tea farmers, and many others. I wanted to see the spirit that had been carried out positively and steadily for the warmth of De Loo and the smiles of the villagers. Thanks