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Old 05-20-2020, 02:46 PM   #281
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…. 11.3 ounces and the other one is 9.3. Crusader is the variety, new one for me.

I wasn't sure what constituted a big bel pepper...but now I know 11.3 ounces is a HUGE bell pepper. Just to get a reference I picked the largest on my plants today and weighed @ 5.5 ounces...yours is more than double. That's HUGE.

Gonna have to try some of those Crusaders next time. WTG!
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Old 05-20-2020, 02:50 PM   #282
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New Potatoes and Fresh Green Beans

Is there anything on this Earth better?

I'm getting spoiled by the pole beans...and have done the last of bush beans in the garden...more beans, better tasting, so much easier to harvest.
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Old 05-20-2020, 03:16 PM   #283
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Is there anything on this Earth better?

I'm getting spoiled by the pole beans...and have done the last of bush beans in the garden...more beans, better tasting, so much easier to harvest.
What type of pole bean. I can’t get em to produce around here.
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Old 05-20-2020, 03:39 PM   #284
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What type of pole bean. I can’t get em to produce around here.
The old standby...Kentucky Wonder. Been around since the 1850s, maybe longer....and still the best tasting in my opinion.
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Old 05-21-2020, 09:05 AM   #285
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A pineapple tomato, not quite the Park’s Whopper one Meadowlark grew, but still a nice tomato. Ripens to yellow with orange streaks or so I’ve read. Seems to produce big tomatoes, this is the first one and there’s several other big ones on the single plant I’m growing.

The Mortgage Lifter, a pink red type, next to it is 10.5 ounces. I pick them all a little after color break just so the critters won’t get them first.
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Same here...the families of mocking birds will take over when they see color.
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I steamed a big pot of kentucky wonder pole beans today and last night had some chinese light green pole beans. Planted a few more pole beans on an extra cattle panel and some more blue lake bush beans in another bed. I let the beans soak in water overnight and they seem to all come up after the soaking. I have a couple spots that get half shade and half sun that works good in the summer time. My carmelo tomatoes are really doing awesome. 8 ft tall and loaded with fruit.
The dang mockingbirds are trying to wipe out my blue berries. Had to put netting over them today. They try to get to my blackberries but the netting has stopped them. Blackberries are really doing good.
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... Ripens to yellow with orange streaks ...
Very nice. Somehow tomatoes need to be red for my taster...its irrational I know but I've grown them purple, yellow, etc, but always come back to red.
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I can't compete with you guys but I do get a few snacks every once in a while.
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That looks good wt. I need to go pick some eggplant today. How do you like the purple basil? I have a lot this year and never cooked with it. Got a free pack of seeds and said what the heck.
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