Post by Pharmer Phil on Sept 21, 2009 16:37:01 GMT -6
The last two weeks here have been very good weather wise, we went through this freakish cool spell that had the tomatoes and peppers at a stand still as far as maturing was concerned.. One day Heirloom tomato harvest, aprox. 80+ pounds:
Criolla de Cocina bell pepper, very tasty!:
A few Mature Bhut Jolokia's:
And some immature Bhut's..(sure hope the Minnesota weather holds up)
Large yellow Habanero's
Corno de Toro pepper, very nice tasting sweet pepper
Half of the onion crop
Close up of their size
The other half of the onions, harvested, and dried for the most part on the 6x12 frame:
Yesterdays potato harvest, 1/4 of the total harvest The bowl of potatoes is from ONE plant, 7 1/4 pounds
The other 1/4 of total harvest (the other half (approximately 225 pounds) is in the pantry already.
One of the large ones..1 1/2 pounds:
and here's three 1/2 gallon jars of Brined dills we had soaking for 4 weeks...
THANKS FOR VIEWING ...All I have to say is:
BEHOLD THE POWER OF ORGANICS
Oh, and fer good measure, here's what I picked today...
Yeah I brought it in last year and it did OK but Its so big .. tough to keep good light on it .. I am saving a bunch of seeds from it .. to re plant next year .. it was a cold season for hot peppers this year ! None really did that well .. wish I had a big HUGE green house!!