Rapeseed, which I started last year, has been sowing again this year to make oil.
Blessed with the weather, germination is good.
It is cultivated in two fields, but one plant is strong enough to bear a lot of fruit.
We are reducing the amount of sowing compared to last year.
The rapeseed that is produced is used as oil or as oil cake, which is used as fertilizer for fields and feed for pigs.
Canola flowers for viewing are also planned to be cultivated.
I think the best time to see this is May, so please look forward to it.
Naoki Miura, Agricultural Department