Here you see heavy rice ears.
Oh, I see another rice paddy still in flower blooming.
Also such yet green eras of rice.....
My disturbing sesame is...
Lucky! I still spotted it.
It was just before reaping.
All the leaves are removed away. The stalks will soon be uprooted,
bundled, and hung down over the spread seat.
When it is dried up, the seed will pop out from the shell.
She said she was lucky to get good sesame without any trouble of harmful insects. If the insects attack, it requires much painstaking labor to remove them, she smiled.
You will have good sesame with rich aroma! Of course all of them are for home use. Those people are really happy who can enjoy genuine taste of sesame dressing.
What is this flower?
"Adzuki bean" flower. In October, Adzuki beans will be harvested and we can make delicious rice cakes covered with the bean jam.
This is the first time for me to identify the flower of Adzuki.
I still have much to learn. Mie