The harvests continue to dwindle down, but, we have to expect that this time of year. I just have a few veggies to report on this week.
My trusty giant marconi peppers were still producing this past week with seven peppers that weighed 7 ounces. If the weather warms back up a bit, they might produce a few more nice peppers.
I was able to get one Park's Whopper tomato this week and it weighed 6 1/2 ounces. Many more green ones still on the vines, but boy are they turning slowly!
The Cherokee Purples gave me three tomatoes that weighed a total of eleven ounces.
The okra slowed down its production as well. I only got 4 okra that weighed 2 1/4 ounces.
The raspberries maintained their production with 2 ounces for this week.
This week's harvest brings the total weight to 294 pounds for the calendar year. Quite a bit lower than last year's records. I can't believe I didn't get a single cucumber this year. That's unthinkable! I'm still grateful for what we did get.
Hopefully next year will be better. I still have my cool weather crops that I'm hoping will produce some nice harvests during this fall and early winter.
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