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Old August 26, 2019   #58
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I've grown Jing for four years now. It's always been reliable and I like the fact that the pods can get larger than other varieties and still be tender. More okra for the effort! Before Jing I grew Burmese (both of southeast Asian heritage) which is really similar but a bit more burgandy than Jing's reddish orange. .
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