It’s already January, aren’t you feeling under the weather with more cold and warm days?
This time, I did the cutting with the help of our intern students!
First, we cut the elongated tea branches and leaves directly from the field with scissors, this becomes the base of the cuttings.
Take the branches and cut every two leaves, and insert them one by one in the nursery bed.
This is the nursery we made! First, make a wooden frame and pour the sand in! Then insert the two leaves that we cut earlier!
With 2 rows of 1 meter wide and 10 meters long. We managed about 5,000 in total ~ ^ _ ^
Akihiro Kita, President of Kyoto Obubu Tea Garden.