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Old August 7, 2020   #16
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No I meant that pic. Here I tagged. Okracuzzz was here. lol

Mine will get skinnier as the season goes on, but they start out full. Many of the lower leaves look fuller on that plant, the skinnier lobed ones look like high/recent leaves. I was just wondering if they were skinnier in general versus other okra.
OK, I see what you mean. The early leaves were big wide honkers and since the photo was taken, they are getting even more skinny. But the two Cajun Jewels are kicking out pods like crazy from all those different producing branches, much more than the Choppee. And boy, do those pods get long quickly! If I don't pick every other day I end up tossing some that got too big.
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