What are you harvesting/picking?

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  1. Steve

    Steve Valued Member Premium Member GOLD

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    ...and a nice size there Mark. Mine aren't quite as big but still plentiful. Some curries coming up.
     
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    I have not grown chillies. They look good. Nice size so you could use them as a capsicum.
     
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    Nearly a month since I last posted. Harvesting big and small tomatoes. No fruit fly stings. It must be the 4 Guinea Fowl we got 8 months ago. Picked last of onions. Still picking small zucchini, potatoes, sweet potatoes. Asparagus is coming on really well now, picked 10 or 12 stalks today. Strawberries are really good, though the slugs chew into 5 or 10 a night, I picked 20 good ones today. The ginger is just starting to show a couple of sprouts. At this rate it will be winter before I see what it loks like. Never grown it before, I got enthused by the videos. We are icking dark graes to. Bugger though I can't eat them. Gave todays harvest to family. My fridge and freezer are chockers.
     
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    Kasalia http://retired2006.blogspot.com.au/ Premium Member GOLD

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    Pulled up half a bed of carrots yesterday 3.5kgs. Dehydrated them this time except small ones froze those. Already have about 5 kgs frozen.
    20180113_082608.jpg Also picked all the Mexican black bean and striped them for seed. 375grms worth. Very prolific will do much more next time

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