Each autumn, as leaves fall to the ground, persimmon trees emerge from the graying landscape, Beloved in eastern Asia especially Jᴀᴘᴀɴ persimmons get little respect in the Unit States, where many tree owners don’t bother harvesting their crop. When it arrived in Jᴀᴘᴀɴ, they turned it into a specialty. Although it comes in several forms, its common name is Kaki. Although it is quite pricey, it also has the quality of being incredibly delicious. After paying $450 for 12 persimmons, you won’t dare to use the restroom. Of course, dried persimmons, in Jᴀᴘᴀɴ are so famous, let’s explore them with Noal.

Since this is a perennial fruit tree, in this video I’m going to talk about 1 year of caring and harvesting. Pruning is the first step, which begins in the spring. After the winter snows, the branches that dry out and die will be cut down. or tiny branches disappearing to leave just big branches. They sweep the ᴍᴇᴅɪᴄɪɴᴇ so the branches don’t grow in those places. Next is to remove the old bark, and get new life for the tree.

They discovered that this improved the tree’s growth. like skinning a snake. In March, the tree starts to bud. The bud will grow into branches. In May, the branches start to flower. We can see that it is quite small and wʜɪᴛe. Let’s review the ripe persimmon orchards just waiting to be harvested.

Harvest by manual ᴍᴇᴛʜods, which are picked by hand. These persimmons are delicious and safe to consume when they are still in season. We will discover a little bit about the type of persimmons used for drying at the conclusion of the film. And a little traditional crafts.

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Video resource: Noal Farm