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桃の果樹園 Peach Orchard
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愛知県豊田市北部にある猿投山(標高629m)の南麓に展開する栽培面積52ha(2001年時点)の桃の果樹園。その総本数2万数千本の桃の木に4月ピンクの花を咲かせます。桃の収穫量は愛知県第一位。品種は白鳳、白川白鳳、ゴールデンピーチ、川中島白桃、黄美娘、武井白鳳、昭和白鳳など全13種。

The orchard of the peach of cultivation area 52ha (at the 2001 time) developed at the south foot in Sanage-yama (altitude of 629 m) in northern Toyota-shi, Aichi. 

The total number more than 20,000 will make Pink's flower bloom to the tree of peaches in April. 

The crop yields of a peach are the first place of the Aichi prefecture. 

Those kinds are 13 sorts at all. 

Copyright: Haruhiko nakayama
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Uploaded: 22/04/2012
Updated: 06/08/2014
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