Solanum lycopersicum L.
茨城県稲敷郡阿見町実殻（producer Kazuo Yamaguchi）
Originating around the Andes in western South America, the indigenous Aztecs called it “TOMATL. ”It is widely known, and it is said that Tang dynasty（唐柿: another name）and “TOMATO” are used in Japan after the Meiji Era. “Momotaro Tomato”, Treetop A large pink ball that does not hurt even when shipped after it is fully ripe. A long-established store from the Edo period-Developed by foundation takii & co., Ltd in 1835. Launched in 1985, it boasts explosive popularity.
Ami Town, Inashiki District, Ibaraki Prefecture, which spreads out on the banks of Lake Kasumigaura, is blessed with rich nature and produces delicious agricultural products. The charm of Ami-machi’s agricultural products is immeasurable, along with “news from the soil” that makes you feel the season. Ville d’Ami (préfecture d’Ibaraki) : à environ 10 minutes en taxi de la gare d’Arakawaoki sur la ligne JR Joban. À environ 10 minutes en voiture d’Ushiku-Ami IC ou d’Ami-Higashi IC sur l’autoroute métropolitaine. À 15 minutes de Sakura-Tsuchiura IC sur la Autoroute Joban. À environ 20 minutes en bus de la gare de Tsuchiura sur la ligne JR Joban Population 47 466 (août 2018) Ménages 16 520 (en août 2018) Superficie 71,40 km2 Il est situé à 50 km de Mizuto et à proximité de Tsukuba Science City et de l’aéroport international de Narita. En outre, deux échangeurs sur la zone métropolitaine Chuo Expressway ont été ouverts, servant de bases de distribution pour la zone métropolitaine. Industrie principale 3,8 % de l’industrie primaire, 25,5 % de l’industrie secondaire et 67,7 % de l’industrie tertiaire. L’agriculture est une agriculture périurbaine, et la surface moyenne cultivée par unité de gestion est petite à 2 ha. Environ 40 produits agricoles différents sont produits ici, y compris le riz paddy, la racine de lotus, le riz, le chou chinois, les oignons verts et les épinards. Aussi, depuis 2016, nous travaillons sur la zone de production d’Hitachi automne farine de sarrasin, et il semblerait qu’elle ait été agrandie à 60ha en 2018. “Maiami Soba Festival” est un festival Web dont vous pouvez profiter sans vous soucier de devenir une mode. Il se tiendra sur un site dédié du 15 novembre 2021 au 31 janvier 2022. La raison de la culture de la farine de sarrasin dans la ville est qu’un agriculteur local et la faculté d’agriculture de l’Université d’Ibaraki ont travaillé ensemble pour amener les habitants à manger de délicieux soba. Après cela, avec la coopération d’universités, d’entreprises privées, etc., nous avons mené à plusieurs reprises des enquêtes et des recherches sur la préparation du sol et les techniques de culture, et la zone de culture a augmenté d’année en année, atteignant environ 70 ha. En 2017, elle a reçu le «Prix national d’excellence de la production de farine de sarrasin» et le «Prix d’excellence de l’exposition farine de sarrasin de la préfecture d’Ibaraki», et il semble qu’elle soit désormais reconnue comme une zone de production de soba de haute qualité. Il semble qu’ils développent des nouilles séchées pour faire connaître le charme de la farine de sarrasin d’automne. Utilisant “Hitachi automne farine de sarrasin” d’Ami-machi, il est fini avec 60% de nouilles de sarrasin, ce qui est très rare pour les nouilles séchées, et a l’arôme, la saveur et la douceur uniques de la farine de sarrasin. De plus, afin de faire ressortir la saveur, il semble qu’ils soient particuliers à chacun. Jitsukoku Elementary School Area: This area has many ancient tombs and castle ruins, and a tranquil rural landscape spreads out before you. It seems to have been a comfortable place to live since ancient times. In the Middle Ages, the Ami region was called Shida no Sho and was under the rule of the Sengoku daimyo, the Toki clan. The power of the Satake clan in the north and the Tagaya clan in the west increased, and the Toki clan seems to have set up castles in the basins of the Seimei and Otodo rivers. Ikichi Okubo Monument: This monument is located along the Edosaki Highway from off Arakawa to Edosaki. He is the eldest son of Yoshitaka Okubo, the former mayor of Asahi Village, and was born in 1866 at the end of the Edo period. He was engaged in agriculture from an early age, and seems to have sympathized with the modernization of agriculture through ox-horse plowing promoted by the Meiji government. In 1899, he purchased female horses from an imperial property ranch in Chiba Prefecture and bred them. In 1907, he organized the Jonan Horse Breeding Association, and as the president himself, he worked to promote regional horse breeding. There is he also set up a breeding farm off the coast of Arakawa, Asahi Village, and by 1918 had 630 horses, with an annual production of over 150 horses. Furthermore, he focused on raising sheep, introduced sheep from Chiba Goryo Ranch and Tsukisamu Ranch in Hokkaido, and worked on raising and breeding them. However, sheep breeding techniques and methods are complicated, so it did not become popular, and it seems that the price of foreign wool tends to push it down. In 1921, due to his great achievements in the development of horse breeding in this area, he was awarded the horse breeding service award by the Director General of the Horse Administration Bureau. This monument was erected by local volunteers in February 1954 to commemorate this achievement. The inscription was written by Mr. Ryoichi Kishi (1890-1962: agriculture and forestry bureaucrat, Ryokufukai), former member of the House of Councilors and former head of the Ma administration, and is a valuable monument for learning about the promotion of livestock farming in this area. It seems that he also contributed to the local administration by serving in many posts such as the village agricultural chairman, village councilor, and village chief. Since 1888, he has been running a ranch, introducing excellent horses, establishing breeding stations and racetracks, and also working to popularize sheep breeding). Jitsukoku Kofun Group: About 4 confirmed, all round. Mound No. 1 is 23 m in diameter and 3.6 m in height, and a stone pagoda stone is buried at the top. Mound No. 2 measures 18.5 m in diameter and 4.5 m in height. Tenjin is enshrined at the top of the burial mound. In addition, this burial mound group is Taira no Kunika (the child of Takamochi, the great-grandson of Emperor Kanmu. Masakado’s uncle. Also, at the foot of Mt. In 935, Kunika’s residence (base building) was located in the area where agriculture was prosperous. The grave where Kunika is said to be buried is in the backyard of a private house in Chikusei City, and it seems that it is still piled up in the place where the bamboo forest was overgrown until about 30 years ago. There is a legend that the tombstone is said to be left in the burial mound), but it is unclear what number the burial mound was. The town, with its rich and beautiful land, is also active in the production of agricultural products. It seems that anyone can easily experience harvesting and fruit tree picking in the town. Nanko Japanese apricots with plenty of pulp, juicy blueberries, sweet and fresh ripe strawberries, corn, peanuts, sweet potatoes, and more are available depending on the season. Excerpt from the website on May 17, 2022. Excellent wisdom and intellect, the highest cognitive ability to capture truth and truth, praise the wisdom of God as well as scholarship and intellect. The appearance of God among religions who pray to God on behalf of the king. British-Dutch mathematician and philosopher Isaac Newton’s The Wisdom of God Manifested in the Works of the Creation. Law of universal gravitation is that the attractive force acting between the centers of two objects is inversely proportional to the square of the distance – When an object with mass M and an object with mass m are separated by a distance r, the magnitude of the force acting between the two objects, F ≒ F = GMm / r2. Although it is a variety, it seems that “Momotaro J Tomatoes（CF Momotaro J Tomato: Excellent low temperature hypertrophy It seems that the fruit enlargement is excellent even when cultivated at low temperature and in low sunlight. A large ball cultivar with a fruit shape of a high waist and a fruit weight of about 220 to 230 g. Good fruit color and taste. It has a high sugar content and taste, and like “Momotaro J Tomato”, it seems to be most suitable for ripe shipping. The ripening period is early. The fruit color is a beautiful dark pink color, and it is colored evenly, and it seems that there is little color unevenness. Easy to cultivate in winter type grass. The leaves are small leaves and have a winter-type grass shape with excellent daylighting. The grass vigor is medium strong, the internode length is medium, and it is easy to manage the grass vigor in the low temperature period. In addition, Botrytis cinerea (mainly occurs on leaves. Initially, pale yellow spots with unclear outline are formed on the surface of the leaves, and grayish yellow to greenish brown velvety molds are densely grown on the back surface. The lesions are enlarged. Then, the color of the mold changes from grayish brown to grayish purple, and mold also develops on the surface of the leaves. It develops from the lower leaves, gradually spreads to the upper leaves, becomes severely ill, and lesions cover most of the leaves. It seems to be strong against (leaves fall when it comes to occupy).）” was selected at the time of 2017 because it is a variety that has a strong taste and grows balls even in forcing cultivation (a cropping type that grows in winter). Fertilizers that are mainly organic and that work slowly and slowly are used. Organic fertilizer seems to be in a state where plants can absorb it only after the microorganisms decompose. It can also be used as food for microorganisms, and if it is activated, the soil temperature will rise, so it seems to have a positive effect on the growth of tomatoes. Also, every year, it seems that it continues to maintain its fertility by adding plenty of homemade compost made by letting rice husks and cow dung lie down for a year. Furthermore, in the summer when the tomatoes are harvested, in order to prevent continuous cropping disorders, the tomato house is filled with water and the application under submerged condition is applied for about one month. According to NAROPEDIA, which I love, it seems that pesticides are sprayed on flooded paddy fields. This is the most common treatment method for paddy rice herbicides. Even with insecticides and fungicides, granules and surfing agents seem to be under application under submerged conditions. For granules, jumbo agents, flowable agents, and surf agents, the product is used as it is, and for granule wettable powder, the product is diluted with a predetermined amount of water and sprayed. At the time of spraying, it seems necessary to keep the flooding of about 3 to 5 cm so that the surface of the rice field is not exposed, and to stop the water for several days after spraying and keep the flooded state. Basically, it is sprayed evenly over the entire surface of the paddy field, but there is also a more labor-saving spraying method such as peripheral treatment for flowable agents, granule wettable powders, emulsions, oils, and water-floating granules with diffusivity. It seems. In soil treatment herbicides, a uniform treatment layer is formed through the diffusion of the active ingredient in the field water to suppress the growth of weeds. However, if there is a leak or overflow due to heavy rain after treatment, the effect may be reduced or pesticides may flow out of the paddy field. According to the third generation, making tomatoes using the old-fashioned method is certainly a laborious and difficult task. Today’s young farmers seem to be moving in a direction that is easy to manage, such as hydroponics. I have also visited and sampled tomatoes from various production areas, but I am proud that there are not many tomatoes that are as delicious as ours. It seems that he hopes to pass on this tomato-making technique from his grandfather and father and pass it on to the next generation. The first Momotaro tomato announced in 1985. By repeatedly improving varieties and enabling fully-ripened shipments, delicious tomatoes can be delivered to the table. So far, 32 varieties of Momotaro tomato series, including Sopia, have been born, and it seems that 23 varieties are currently being sold nationwide. The delicious and well-received hamburger of the franchise hamburger chain MOS FOOD SERVICES, INC. Seems to use the third generation Sopia Momotaro Tomato. CF Momotaro J Tomato of Takii & Co., Ltd .: Excellent low-temperature hypertrophy, excellent low-temperature, low-sunshine cultivation. A big ball variety with a fruit shape of high waist and a rich circle, and a fruit weight of about 220 to 230 g. Good color and taste It has a good sugar content and taste, and like “Momotaro J”, it seems to be ideal for ripe shipping. The ripening period is early. The fruit color is a beautiful deep pink color, it is colored evenly, and it seems that there is little occurrence of color spots. Easy to cultivate in winter-type grass, with small leaves and excellent daylighting. The grass is medium strong and the internode length is medium, so it seems easy to manage the grass in the low temperature period. In order to suppress the initial overgrowth, the amount of original fertilizer should be reduced, and fertilizer management should be carried out mainly by topdressing. As a guide, the amount of chisso component per 10 a of the original fertilizer is 10 to 15 kg for forcing and semi-forcing cultivation, and 5 to 10 kg for controlled cultivation. The appropriate amount of irrigation is 10 to 20% more than “Momotaro J Tomato” throughout the cultivation period. Since fruit enlargement is good, be careful not to delay the timing of topdressing, and try to maintain the grass vigor in the latter half of cultivation. Countermeasures against softening balls: Early top dressing prevents grass vigor from decreasing. Irrigation should be small and frequent to prevent rapid absorption of water. Ventilate actively and be careful not to steam the inside of the green house. In addition, it is most suitable for greenhouse forcing cultivation, and seems to be suitable for greenhouse suppression cultivation and greenhouse semi-forcing cultivation. According to Takii Seed Co., Ltd., the parent of the Momotaro tomato, the development of the Momotaro tomato dates back to the late 1960s. Right in the middle of a period of high economic growth, the landscape of Japan, which had achieved rapid growth after the Tokyo Olympics, changed rapidly. Tomatoes at that time were harvested while the fruits were still green. If tomatoes are shipped fully ripe on the tree, they will inevitably get damaged during transportation or while they are on display at the store. It seems natural that the method of turning red during transportation would produce tomatoes that are red in color at the store but have no flavor or aroma. Newspapers and magazines began to pick up on the rumor among consumers that “tomatoes tasted bad.” In order to produce tomatoes that do not get damaged even after they are fully ripe and shipped, the fruit should be hardened. The idea turned out to be surprisingly simple. Other companies also sold ripe, hard tomatoes, but they didn’t sell well. Because it was a red tomato. There is an image that red tomatoes are for processing, and consumers avoid them. The tomato cultivation team set out on the path of development with the goals of having a freshly picked sweetness, a firmness that can withstand transportation, and a pink color. Also, in search of tomatoes that bear as hard fruit as possible, we start by selecting about 50 varieties and crossing them in as many combinations as possible. Variety development is a steady process of crossing seeds with their own characteristics to get closer to the desired tomato. They selected from among thousands or tens of thousands of varieties, repeated crossbreeding, and actually cultivated them. Even if you cultivate it twice a year, it will take half a year to see the results. If it doesn’t work, the combination is redone, and it takes a tremendous amount of time. In 1976, 6 years after the start of development, the desired hardness of the fruit was finally realized. Having succeeded in producing firmness, the development team began crossbreeding hundreds of breeds again in order to add the sweetness and good quality of the breed itself. In 1979, it seems that the blueprint for a full-fledged “Momotaro Tomato” was finally seen. The firmness of the fruit, just the right amount of thickness to keep its shape, the sugar content of 6% or more, the uniform ripening, the acidity and amino acid content were the hurdles to the completion of “Momotaro Tomatoes”. In 1983, after many years from the initial idea of making a ripe tomato, the new tomato was finally completed.
The smaller the tomato is grown, the sweeter it becomes, and although this Momotaro tomato is a large ball tomato, it has a higher sugar content than other tomatoes. The main sour component in tomatoes is organic acid, 90% of which is citric acid. The TCA cycle, also known as the Kreb’s cycle or the Citric Acid Cycle, is a cyclic metabolic pathway consisting of nine steps that takes place in the mitochondrial matrix. However, the reaction step is carried out by an enzyme complex in the mitochondrial inner membrane. C3H4O3, the final product of glycolysis, is converted to acetyl-CoA by decarboxylation and binding with coenzyme A (CoA). Acetyl-CoA may also be obtained from β-oxidation of fatty acids and metabolism of amino acids. This ingredient is effective in relieving fatigue, so it is perfect for those who are tired. In addition, Momotaro tomatoes have a strong sweetness and a good balance of moderate acidity.
According to Takii Seed Co., Ltd., the Ibaraki Research Farm adjacent to Ryugasaki Airfield in Inashiki City has a total area of 13 hectares, and seems to have 8 hectares of farmland. There are permanent research facilities such as an environmental testing room, a work building, an agricultural machine building, a machine equipment building, a hybrid greenhouse, a seedling greenhouse, a growing greenhouse, a testing greenhouse, and an exhibition greenhouse.
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