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【 Aomori Prefecture】Melon Ownership Program 2024 4 pcs

【 Aomori Prefecture】Melon Ownership Program 2024 4 pcs

Regular price HK$3,988.00
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Aomori Prefecture Supplier Introduction
The farm's leafy vegetables are grown using a soil-conscious "mud" farming method to bring out the "natural" flavor of the vegetables.
Farm leafy vegetables are very easy to grow. Create good soil. That's it.
The words of Mr. Shinya Yamazaki, the person in charge of the farm:
"I learned how to farm using the latest technology, but soil is the lifeblood of vegetables. Even if productivity is reduced, the natural flavor and sweetness of vegetables can be brought out through long preparation of soil. Nutrition is provided through carefully selected mature compost. Assess the situation , do not rely on pesticides, use natural power and enzymes to adjust the soil as much as possible to maintain balance, and do everything possible to create good soil. I don’t care if it smells like dirt, and I want to continue growing delicious vegetables with an “earthy aroma.” We want city kids to know what vegetables taste like. With this thought in mind, I continue to listen to the "voice" of the soil today. I hope to bring this idea from Japan to the world!!"
~The sweetness, aroma and texture of the honeydew grown in Ye Cai Yanwei are truly unique in the world~
"Yecai Yanwei" is a family farm located in Tsugaru City, Aomori Prefecture. Adopting traditional farming methods that use organic fertilizers and pay attention to the soil, in addition to honeydew melon gifts, the farm also produces tomatoes, edamame, corn and other specialty brand vegetables.
Premium Takami honeydew melon "unique in the world" The owner is very particular about the cultivation of the farmland and other details, and the honeydew melons grown are the highest grade Takami honeydew melons. This premium honeydew melon is very fragrant and has a strong sweetness. The farm is close to the coast of the Sea of ​​Japan. The high-quality sand blown from the sea is mixed with the farm's soil, and the honeydew melons grown are very juicy and sweet. This high-grade cantaloupe is not easily available in the market and is very rare. "Ukiyo" means "the mundane world", and "里れ" means "leave, stay away". Since the order of Japanese sentence structure is: subject + object + predicate, when Japanese expresses "away from the mundane world", "the secular world" is used The front is "away" from the back. The combination of the two means "away from the world". What Mr. Yamazaki means is that when you eat Ye Yanwei, you feel as if you are far away from the mundane world.
2024 Honeydew Melon Breeding Plan:

The Aomori Prefecture Farm "Ye Cai Yan Wei" has its own exclusive farmland, and the farm will mark Hong Kong friends who participate in the breeding program in a specific area of ​​the honeydew field.
Mr. Yamazaki, the person in charge of "Ye Cai Yan Wei", will send a letter of thanks to every Hong Kong friend who participates in the breeding program.
Every customer participating in the breeding program will receive a monthly report from the farm every month. The monthly report will include descriptions and photos of the growth progress of the fruits in the honeydew fields.
Every summer, guests have the opportunity to "visit" their own honeydew melon fields at Aomori Leaf Farm. It is necessary to make a reservation with the farm in advance through Japan Airlines.
Customers are scheduled to receive high-grade honeydew melons grown in their own exclusive farmland from mid-July to August. Customers can choose the number of honeydew melons they wish to receive according to their own preferences: 2/4/6 pieces (exquisite gift box payable)

Program fee schedule:

Number: 2
Price: HK$2,288
Average price per unit: HK$1,144


The above price already includes the logistics fee for shipping from Japan to Hong Kong, as well as the delivery of residential properties in the New Territories, Kowloon and Hong Kong Island. Excludes outlying islands, Discovery Bay and remote areas.
The harvest period of honeydew melons is scheduled to be between mid-July and mid-August every year, and customers are scheduled to receive their honeydews between the end of July and the end of August.
The delivery status of honeydew melons is 2 pieces per box.
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