Obubu Farming Blog December 2012 #3

December 26, 2012

This week’s blog on tea farming features weeding. When the weed start growing, they hinder the growth of the tea plants. So, we are going to get rid of all the weeds that grew into our fields during the summer time.

今週の農作業の農作業は草取りです。草がのびてしまうとお茶の成長をさまたげてしまうので夏の間に伸びてしまった草をこのじきにすべて取り除きます。

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