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Old June 25, 2017   #1
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Default Todays market.

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Old June 25, 2017   #2
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Beautiful, I'd buy from you.
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Old June 25, 2017   #3
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!!!STUPID QUESTION ALERT!!!

Do people buy the green tomatoes for fried green tomatoes? Good seller?

Your produce and plants look great!

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not a stupid question, but yes... fried green tomatoes.
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Ah, sweet success and harvest. I'll see lots of green tomatoes traveling North soon.
Some early varieties do especially well fried green.

It is a Southern thing as well as North EasternShore. Good pairing with early zucchini
flowers here.

I'm getting a few raspberries enough for breakfast. Not much else but rhubarb and
chives.

Looks great, your harvest.
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not a stupid question, but yes... fried green tomatoes.
Thank you from a transplanted Yankee!
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Now I'm hungry.
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Old June 25, 2017   #8
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wow, big strawberries
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Nice! Whats your favorite cuke for production so far?
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wow, big strawberries
those are Albion berries. We grow them in the high tunnel with plasticulture. not huge yields at a time but consistent.

"Nice! Whats your favorite cuke for production so far?"

ummm, can't really say. last year I grew EZ pick gold and EZ pick green along with a striped/mottled zuke. they all produced well. this year I am growing cashflow and goldrush? not sure about the yellow. these are all in the high tunnel. so far, not copious amounts .
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Very impressive! Love the Beit Alpha cukes.
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A beautiful spread! Unbelievable strawberries, they're are big as plums.
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those are Albion berries. We grow them in the high tunnel with plasticulture. not huge yields at a time but consistent.

"Nice! Whats your favorite cuke for production so far?"

ummm, can't really say. last year I grew EZ pick gold and EZ pick green along with a striped/mottled zuke. they all produced well. this year I am growing cashflow and goldrush? not sure about the yellow. these are all in the high tunnel. so far, not copious amounts .
Lol, I meant cucumbers. Those look like Cornito maybe..I'm thinking I may try them next year.
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Pretty table, Carolyn.
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I misread bvv's question
..I answered for zukes not cukes. This is glass and garden from crimes hort. and the other I forget right now...but another seed from crimes hort. I think the glass and garden variety is really muncher...but not sure. That is my next crop to go in. No favorites at this point.
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