Angelica acutiloba farm in Inje, Korea

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Angelica acutiloba field

Today I saw the transplanting work of an Angelica acutiloba in an Angelica acutiloba plantation in Inje, Gangwon-do.

They cultivate Angelica acutiloba in Inje, Gangwon-do, which is famous as one of the coldest regions in Korea.

1 year old Angelica Acutiloba

Transplanting is the work of sowing seeds and replanting the planted Angelica acutiloba in the ground, which has grown for about a year. The planted Angelica acutiloba is transplanted in April and harvested in November. It's about 2 years process from seed to harvest.

transplanting Angelica Acutiloba

The Angelica acutiloba in Inje, Gangwon-do is cultivated in a clean area with no pesticides. Angelica acutiloba grown by hand weeding using only organic fertilizers through a three-month drying process after harvesting and washing.

drying process of Angelica Acutiloba

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