Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Harvested Garden Peach and Gajo de Melon!

Today's harvest includes 7 Principe Borghese, 6 Violet Jasper, 4 Yellow Perfection, 4 Stupice, 3 SunGold, 2 Husky Cherry Red, 2 Sweet Tangerine, 2 Patio, 2 Snow White (back yard), 2 Red Grape, 2 White Currant, 2 Black From Tula (one 7 ounces), 2 Garden Peach (new), Snow White (front yard), Black Cherry, Topaz, Red Currant(1), Red Currant(2), Red Boar, Jaune Flamme(1), Speckled Roman, Enchantment, Gypsy and Gajo de Melon (new) for a total of 51 tomatoes.

I forgot to add that the weight for the last three days was over 2 pounds. Today's haul hasn't been weighed yet but it will come in over 2 pounds as well.

My wife and I tried the Black Krim harvested on Saturday and it was nothing short of fabulous. Just fabulous!

On a side note, I'm taking a flashlight out with my morning harvest. There's not enough light in general, let alone morning light for spotting ripe tomatoes in the middle of the plant. This is especially true for Husky Cherry Red (and that's why their numbers have been up recently) but also true for Violet Jasper and a few others.

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