Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Harvested Pink Berkeley Tie Dye and Black!

Today's harvest includes 17 White Currant, 15 Violet Jasper, 12 SunGold, 9 Husky Cherry Red, 8 Yellow Perfection, 5 Ananas Noire, 5 Red Grape, 5 Marianna's Peace, 5 Stupice, 5 Garden Peach, 4 Babywine, 4 Red Currant(1), 4 Jaune Flamme(2), 3 Nyagous, 3 Zapotec Pleated, 3 Red Currant(2), 2 Japanese Black Trifele, 2 Principe Borghese, 2 Green Grape, 2 Dr. Wyche's Yellow(2), 2 Speckled Roman, Thessaloniki, Gajo de Melon, Enchantment, Snow White (back yard), German Orange Strawberry, Red Boar, Weeping Charlie (7 ounces), Brown Berry, Jaune Flamme(1), Chile Verde, Patio, Michael Pollan, Miss Elliotte Black, Pink Berkeley Tie Dye (new) and Black (new) for a total of 132 tomatoes weighing 8 pounds, 3 ounces.

Yesterday's haul was estimated at 14 pounds but I think it weighed more than that.

The birds got to another Japanese Black Trifele and took apart two Gypsy tomatoes. I picked a low ripening Gypsy and put it on our shelf because it would have been a prime target for a bird attack.

Over the weekend I moved some of the container plants to an area where they will get more sun.

My wife watered the front yard tomatoes.

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