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Hello. I am Hina. This time, I would like to introduce the whole of tomato cultivation. I plant tomatoes in spring and harvest in summer and autumn. Last year I introduced tomato cultivation little by little. I summarized them in one video. Please take a look. In spring, when the snow melts, work begins to rebuild the roof of the greenhouse. I live in a heavy snowfall area. In winter, the greenhouse may be broken by the snow. So I make the house only a skeleton. As the ground was dry, I spread the fertilizer and cultivated the soil with a tractor. After that, I put a tube for draining water and fertilizer and put a mulch. I pierced the mulch and planted the seedlings. Let’s plant one by one carefully. After planting, the string was dropped from above to prevent the seedlings from falling and fixed with clips. The position of the clip changes according to the tomato growth. After a while, the first flower bloomed. Tomatoes grow in order of 3 branches, 1 flower cluster, 3 branches and 1 flower cluster. New flower clusters are born at a pace of about once a week. Before long, the first flower was fruited. Tomatoes can be harvested about a month and a half after the flowers have bloomed. The harvest has begun! The harvest starts around the end of June, and the fruit is produced one after another. The harvest lasts until November. When tomatoes grow, they are longer than the height of the house. It is necessary to bend the tomato and adjust its height. Since it will grow again even if it bends once, it bends in the same way again, and it stretches downward and adjusts height. The temperature has fallen gradually as summer is over. It is difficult to grow tomatoes in winter due to lack of temperature and sunlight. A heavy snow can also cause the house to collapse. So, finish the cultivation of tomatoes and clean up the house. When that’s done, I will sprinkle compost and cultivate the ground for the next season. Roll up and fix the roof vinyl. Winter preparations are complete. It began to snow in winter. The field turned white. After a while, the snow began to melt gradually. Spring has come! Get ready to grow tomatoes!

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