SANJA persimmon: Tuff loam and non-fertile soil are suitable for production because it is very vulnerable to Colletotrichum horii, which is prone to disease when it contains a large amount of N2 (Nitrogen). The production area is a heavy snowfall area, but Sanja has a strong tendency to extend upward, and the main branch is generated at a high position, so it seems that it is not easily damaged by snow. Since 1955, three companies have selected strains that are excellent in terms of fruitiness, dried persimmon yield, and good meat quality.

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