JA Tanofuji okra, which is native to northeastern Africa, has a unique stickiness and is well known as a perfect vegetable for replenishing stamina in the summer. It can be eaten not only raw and chopped, but also boiled, stir-fried, used in salads, tempura, pickled with miso, and vegetables pickled in sake lees. Although this is an excellent agricultural product, it is sensitive to heat, and the optimum temperature is 25 to 30 degrees Celsius during the day and 20 to 23 degrees Celsius at night. Seedlings that are planted in a field but do not grow at all, fall off their leaves, and die are often caused by the seedlings being exposed to low temperatures or the field where they were planted being too cold. If you misunderstand this as a lack of water and overwater the soil, the soil temperature will drop even further, resulting in over-humidity and the occurrence of damping-off disease, which will encourage failure.
Even in Gunma Prefecture, cultivation is thriving in the central and western regions (Maebashi City, Takasaki City, Kanra Town, Kanra District, Isesaki City, etc.). It seems that outdoor cultivation in the summer is the main focus. The unique sticky ingredient is actually dietary fiber, and it is said to be effective in reducing cholesterol, so it is a food that I would definitely recommend as an accompaniment to the dining table. In addition, it seems that fertilization according to grass vigor is important for improving the yield of okra. In recent years, the summer tends to be hot and dry. prevention) seems desirable.
Former Homi Village belongs to the former Midono County and is located on the left bank of the Kanna River and in the basin of the Sanna River, a tributary of the same river. It is said that Nagai Buzen no Kami Masazane lived in the same castle during the Warring States period of Japan. There is still a worshiped temple in the village, the Tenyo temple of the Soto sect. Also, the Kanna River, which flows northward through the eastern lowlands, is the border between Kozuke and Musashi, and it seems that the course of the river changed frequently. The Rural Development Division of the Western Agricultural Office of Gunma Prefecture, as a preparatory work for field maintenance in the Homi area of Fujioka City, will open two stockyards and a 92m branch drainage canal in September 2022. Advertise competitive bids. It seems that the project cost for 2022 has secured 50 million yen, including the carryover for 2021. Construction is scheduled to begin in fiscal 2023, with the goal of completing the project in fiscal 2026. It seems that we will proceed with the maintenance of water facilities, etc. (comprehensive maintenance type). The district is located in the southeastern part of Fujioka City. The Kanna River (the second tributary of the Karasu River in the Tonegawa River system that flows through Gunma and Saitama prefectures) spreads over the western alluvial land with an altitude of about 100 m, and it seems to be a gently sloping farmland with a slope of about 1/20 from east to west. Located on the south side of the Ushida Industrial Park (Jinda, Fujioka City), it seems that the business will be conducted in an area of 37.8ha that spreads east and west across the main local road Maebashi Nagatoro Line. The project has already been adopted, and it seems that the legal procedures for the prefectural land improvement project have also been completed. The project plans to consolidate agricultural land and develop plots with a standard size of about 30 acres. In addition, it seems that it will be implemented for the purpose of improving agricultural productivity by improving roads and agricultural drainage channels.