Angelica acutiloba farm in Inje, Korea
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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.
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.
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.
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