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I don’t know which was funnier, the video or the comments!
Handy to be able to harvest your test produce before getting ready to sell its seeds & starts!
Well done! I think we harvest a bit later here in New England. It is colda ya know.
I fell for it too. I forgot what day it was!
Goll dang it! I fell for it. I saw the title and said “Whuuuh?”
I am such a sucker.
Thanks for the laugh!
Ha! I traditionally harvest my tomatoes on St. Patrick’s Day… then I can use that space to plant the peas. On April Fool’s Day, I dig up the zucchini squash… before they get too big.
This is such nonsense! The ground in my garden is still waaaay too hard to harvest anything. I have to wait at least two more weeks before I’ll be able to pull my tomatoes out!
Thank you for posting this: I was wondering where the heck my tomatoes were! Also, I’m hosting a new urban gardening show on the Oprah Network. See my blog for more details.
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