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What time is the frost fall in 2020 in the lunar calendar

DailyBird Culture 2021-10-09 1 0

frost is one of the twenty-four solar terms in China. When the frost falls, the weather becomes cooler gradually, and the frost term is the last solar term in autumn. What is the lunar calendar time of frost in 2020? What time is it? Let's understand this solar term together with the old yellow calendar!

2020年霜降农历时间 几点几分几秒

frost fall in 2020 lunar calendar time: the seventh day of September in the lunar calendar, starting time: October 23, 2020, 6:59:25, ending time: November 7, 2020, 07:13

frost fall solar terms overview frost fall is one of the twenty-four solar terms in the lunar calendar. When entering this solar term, the weather is getting colder and begins to have frost. Frost usually falls on October 23 of the Gregorian calendar every year. At this time, early frost appeared in the Yellow River Basin of China, and most areas were busy planting crops such as wheat, wheat and so on. In ancient China, frost fall was divided into three periods: "first, jackals were sacrificed to animals; second, plants and trees were yellow; third, stingers and insects were salty." in this solar term, jackals displayed their prey before eating. Frost falls when the sun reaches 210 degrees of the Yellow meridian before and after October 23 of the Gregorian calendar every year. Frost means that the weather is colder and dew condenses into frost. "The seventy-two waiting times of the month" says: "in September, the Qi is solemn and condensed, and the dew knot becomes frost.".

2020年霜降农历时间 几点几分几秒

at this time, white frost has appeared in the Yellow River Basin of China. On the thousands of miles of fertile fields, a silver ice crystal is shining. At this time, the leaves are yellow and falling leaves. The ancient book "interpretation of the twenty-four solar terms" says: "when the air is cold and frost falls, the Yin begins to condense." it can be seen that "frost" means that the weather gradually turns cold and begins to fall. In meteorology, the first frost in autumn is generally called "early frost" or "first frost", while the last frost in spring is called "late frost" or "final frost". The interval from the last frost to the first frost is the frost free period. Some people call the early frost "chrysanthemum frost", because at this time, chrysanthemums are in full bloom. Su Shi, a great literary scholar of the Northern Song Dynasty, wrote a poem: "thousands of trees sweep yellow, and only Hibiscus is fragrant alone".

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