Chatals Supported Branches with the Harvest in Crimean Gardens

Crimean Tatars born before the criminal deportation of 1944, often remember how rich the orchards were in Crimea. So that the branches do not break due to congestion with fruits, supports were installed under them, they were called chatal. These were long poles with a forked tip. Probably, this is where their name came from — «chatally» in translation from the Crimean Tatar means «forked». Based on the materials of the historian Martin-Alexander Kisly.