Registration date 2004/11/08 25 years of breeder’s rights. Name and address of cultivar registrant Kofu City, Yamanashi Prefecture, Registered cultivar breeder, Mr. Tezuka, Mr. Sakurai, Mr. Amemiya, Mr. Iijima, Mr. Kubota, Mr. Inomata, Mr. Tomita, Mr. Kikushima, Mr. Takeshita, Mr. Sato, Mr. Endo , Mr. Yamauchi, Mr. Tsuruta. The maturity period is between “Hikawa Hakuho Peach” and “Hakuho Peach”. Large ball with excellent early maturing variety. It is necessary to secure fruit set by artificial pollination, and it is basically cultivated in a bag. Yamanashi original variety with very good taste. It is a rare variety with little output because it is difficult to cultivate. エコファーマー; Environmentally friendly farmer (as recognized by law)」とは, It is the “Act on Promotion of the Introduction of Highly Sustainable Agricultural Production Methods”, which was enacted in Law No. 110) “Sustainable Agriculture Act” on July 28, 1999, and came into effect on October 25, 1999. He is a farmer certified by the Governor of Yamanashi for the introduction plan of the agricultural production method that integrates soil preparation with compost and reduction of chemical fertilizers and synthetic pesticides. “Technology certification required to become an eco-farmer” “Technology related to soil preparation” (application of compost, cultivation of green fertilizer crops, etc.) “Chemical fertilizer reduction technology” (use of organic fertilizer, local fertilizer application, etc.) “Chemical pesticide reduction technology” (Use of biological pesticides, mechanical weeding, etc.) It is necessary to introduce (or more) one by one the technologies that fall under the following three categories. Kojiki (神代(かみよ,じんだい), 神武天皇: 初代から推古天皇: 第33代までの古事を記録する, 日本最古の典籍: 712年), Nihonshoki (天地開闢 (日本神話: にほんかいびゃく) から7世紀後半の持統天皇: 第41代までを記す, 日本初の勅撰史書: 720年) (Chronicles of Japan) A peach god that appears in Japanese mythology.「意富加牟豆美命: OHOKAMUZUMINOMIKOTO」Around the 10th (西暦901年~西暦1000年:『本朝和名』『和名類聚抄』: 唐桃) century, peach seeds were donated to the emperor from various countries. In the 17th(Education in the Edo period: 『備陽国誌』『東備郡村誌』『吉備前秘』『和気絹』『備前国備中国之内領内産物帳』: 岡山県) century, the number of fruit peaches (Prunus persica: 花桃) has increased and many varieties have been recorded. Momoyama Hills (桃山丘陵) : 京都市伏見区(“Fushimi Inari Taisha Shrine”, which was built in the 8th century, is famous. The undulations surrounded by the Uji and Katsura rivers are full of emotion.) Since the Meiji Restoration, many descriptions are posted, so it’s an excerpt. Up to that point, I’m in love with peach. The process that is indispensable for the spread of “Japanese peaches” such as “white peaches” to this day has a history of ancestors who found a way out about 140 to 150 years ago. In 1875, “Shanghai water peach” and “Tianjin water peach” were introduced from China, and it is said that they were cultivated in earnest in Okayama prefecture in the Meiji era. Jugoro OKUBO (1867-1941), born in Kamamura, Hieda District (currently Shiono, Seto Town, Higashi Ward, Okayama City), was hailed as a teacher in his youth and was awarded the “Fruit Tree Cultivation Founder”. In 1895, Masuta KOYAMA (1861-1924), Hieda Village, Iwanashi District (currently Hieda, Akaiwa City), discovered “Kinto”. In 1889, the white water peach “white peach peach” was discovered from the seedlings of the Shanghai peach family. The varieties of “peach” can be roughly divided into two lines, “Hakuto peach and Hakuho peach”. The nutritious “vitamin C” is required for the biosynthesis of collagen, L-carnitine and certain neurotransmitters. In addition, collagen is involved in protein metabolism and is an essential component of connective tissue and plays an important role in wound healing.
It is a “Yamanashi prefecture breeding original variety” cultivated in Yamanashi prefecture around 2000. As the name suggests, it is gaining popularity as a juicy peach with dripping drops. It is a strain grown by crossing “Chiyohime peach”, which is a Wase variety with excellent taste and coloring, with “Yawata Hakuho Peach”, which can be harvested in mid-July. The feature is that you can enjoy the mellow scent of peaches. Also, peaches are famous for their large size and high sugar content, but they are rare because there are very few producers.
In order to meet all the conditions, greenhouse peaches seem to have three important keys to cultivation: creating a cultivation environment by hand, “temperature control”, “moisture control”, and “sunshine control”. Cultivating in greenhouses seems to facilitate “temperature control” and “moisture control” as well as for early harvesting. Since it is in the greenhouse, it is possible to raise the temperature with a heater if the temperature drops, and rainwater does not directly enter the root, so if you put the irrigation pipe in the greenhouse, it will give water as much as necessary for the growth of the thigh. Seems to be able to. Recently, the quality of vinyl greenhouses has improved much more than before, and it seems that it is now possible to manage sunshine in green, which was difficult before, and to harvest high quality peaches.
Among Yamanashi prefecture, which boasts the largest production of thighs in Japan, the Kyotou region (Koshu city, Yamanashi city, Fuefuki city) is considered to be the production center of high quality thighs. Although the price is a little higher than other production areas, it is highly evaluated by the market as a brand production area such as Kasugai Town in Fuefuki City, Kanoiwa District in Yamanashi City, and Ofuji District in Koshu City. It seems that peaches have already been cultivated in Yamanashi for about 200 years. Although it is easily affected by the weather, many new varieties have been developed in various parts of the prefecture, and many original varieties, Hikawa Hakuho peach, Kanoiwa Hakuto peach, etc. are discharged in the jurisdiction. There is a gentle slope, and the optimum conditions for the production of drainage, soil, mechanism, etc. are met, and we look forward to it every year.