KatoBoonFamily Does Rice Harvesting Thailand. In Thailand, rice farmers can harvest the land twice a year. This episode of the KatoBoonFamily shows you the lovely farmlands In Thailand. How do they plant the rice? When is it time to reap?
Most rice farmers in Thailand can only harvest the land once a year. This is because the ground needs water.
When people like the KatoBoonFamily in Thailand work in the fields, they need protective clothing. The sun can be highly burning, and you must drink lots of water.
The whole KatoBoonfamily goes daily to work. Kato Boon loves the rice fields and uses them for a mud bath. Papa Bas Boon and Mama Rak are too busy working rice fields to be angry at Kato.
Believe me. To film this footage, I had to put a lot of physical effort into the test myself. The sun makes it almost impossible to see the footage you are shooting. Some footage and pictures look straight out of a Hollywood film set.
There are about 40 million rice farmers in Thailand. The KatoBoonFamily is one of those happy farmers.
Mama Rak gets a mango from a three with some “spearfishing” equipment, good catch. Thai people love to eat rice with organic mangoes grown on their trees. In the morning, mama Rak goes into the forest to find some mushrooms. These will be added later to the dish.
The day is long. Some farmers who work at the KatoBoonFamily farms fell asleep after drinking some whiskey. Tomorrow is a new day, and the lands are vast. The harvest looks good this year; see for yourself.
Quote Mahatma Gandhi;
“If you give me rice, I’ll eat today; if you teach me how to grow rice, I’ll eat every day.”
Good to Be Back Home in Thailand, Isan.
(C) Bas Boon www.katoboonfamily.com