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Farm business days and holidays

Our farm adopts a variable working hours system on an annual basis and operates on an irregular calendar.

"All day off", "Morning break" and "Afternoon break" on the calendar are not open. Holidays and working days may change due to the weather.

Even if it is a business day, they may be absent due to farm work, etc. We do not sell at our office. Please contact us in advance when you come.



Seasonal farm work and schedules

We have summarized the main farm work in our garden by season.

There are also links to blog articles related to farming, but there are still few articles and many broken links. We will prepare in order, so please take care of it.

Farm work in spring (March to May)

suitable buds For peaches and nectarines, 70% to 80% of the flower buds attached to the branches are removed at the bud and flower stages in order to effectively utilize the nutrients stored in the branches.
Fertilization In order for fruit trees to grow healthily, nutrients that are lacking in growth, mainly organic fertilizers, are distributed as fertilizer.
Mowing For grass cultivation that makes use of the undergrowth of fruit trees, care is taken to maintain the appropriate length of the undergrowth.
Disinfection In order to protect fruit trees from pests and diseases, we perform timely and appropriate chemical spraying.
young tree planting A large hole is dug in the field and the young tree is planted.
picking flowers I will pick apple blossoms. Reduce the number of flowers by about 70% to leave the flowers that bear good fruit.
▶ Spring farming blog post
#Bud removal #fixed planting #picking flowers #attraction #fertilization #mowing #disinfection #countermeasures against late frost



Summer farm work (June to August)

fruit picking When the fruit begins to swell, select the good fruit and drop the unnecessary fruit. Good fruits are selected by picking carefully many times without narrowing down at once.
Mowing For grass cultivation that makes use of the undergrowth of fruit trees, care is taken to maintain the appropriate length of the undergrowth.
Disinfection In order to protect fruit trees from pests and diseases, we perform timely and appropriate chemical spraying.
summer pruning Arrange branches that are crowded to secure sunlight to the inside of the fruit tree and prevent uneven disinfection.
peach harvest July-August is the harvest season for stone fruits (peaches, nectarines, prunes). Harvest starts early in the morning. The harvested fruits are sorted and shipped on the same day.
▶Summer farming blog post
#fruit picking #harvesting #mowing #disinfection #summer pruning #typhoon countermeasures #post review



Autumn farm work (September to November)

autumn pruning Stone fruits (peaches, nectarines, prunes) are trimmed after harvesting, removing excess branches and ensuring that the branches are plentiful when needed.
Reihi In order for the fruit trees to survive the winter and grow healthy in the next season, nutrients that are lacking in growth, mainly organic fertilizers, are distributed as fertilizer.
Mowing For grass cultivation that makes use of the undergrowth of fruit trees, care is taken to maintain the appropriate length of the undergrowth.
Disinfection In order to protect fruit trees from pests and diseases, we perform timely and appropriate chemical spraying.
chestnut harvest Chestnut picking starts in mid-September. The chestnuts are harvested every morning, sorted and shipped on the same day.
apple harvest Shinano Gold is harvested from the end of October, and Fuji from the end of November.
▶Autumn farming blog post
#Autumn pruning #picking chestnuts #harvesting #mowing #disinfection #typhoon countermeasures



Farming in winter (December to February)

Straw roll Straw is wrapped around the roots to protect the fruit trees from frost damage.
winter pruning Pruning fallen fruit trees with scissors or a saw. Sometimes we also use chainsaws to thin and shrink trees.
pruning Handle the cut branches by pruning. It is the work of picking up, transporting, and incinerating.
▶Winter farming blog post
#Organic pruning #pruning branch processing #frozen damage countermeasures #snow damage countermeasures #rice straw preparation #antifreeze countermeasures #tire exchange
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