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Old March 7, 2018   #13
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Location: Alabama
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Longhorn okra has been my favorite for nearly 20 years and it makes a ton but by the middle of July or early August it is just too tall even when planted with a lot of space between the plants. I like it because it gets so much longer than most okras and is still young and tender. At the end of the season I have to use a shovel and dig it up it is so huge. Thanks for the heads up on this variety of Longhorn.

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