Making plum After Grain in Ear picking ripening plum, commonly known as apricot. After picking the yellow plum from the tree and washing it, it is soaked in salt water in a large tank for more than a month, then taken out and dried; after drying, it is rinsed with water and then dried; then it is soaked in sugar and then dried. ―So many times of repetition, it can be described as “ten steamed and nine dried, and a plum for a few months”. In the end, the plum is thick, crisp, sweet and sour . If this kind of plum is stored well, it is moisture-proof and moth-proof, it can be stored for several years without deterioration.