August 13 Harvest totals

This weekend harvest includes tomatoes, potatoes, onions, squash, peppers, beans and cabbage.
 One large table was not enough so some of the tomatoes got spread out on the smaller table.

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  1. You have had an amazing harvest.
    Lisa

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    1. thank you, it's been a very good week.

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  2. I like the fact that you actually weigh everything. I love organized anything! Beautiful harvest.

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    1. Thank you :) weighing in everything will give me better idea how much i need to plant next year and what was in abundance and what i need to plant more.

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  3. For such a crappy gardening year for us all, you did great.

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    1. Thank you Lisa, I wish I could say it was an easy year. But either way I'm happy with the results.

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  4. Holy Cow!! That's a load of tomatoes. Looks really good. I'm afraid the hot weather is going to keep our tomato totals pretty low this year, the fruit just isn't setting and the plants seem to be struggling!

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    1. I have several plants that are not producing anything either - just blooming and dropping off. Hope your year will improve.

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  5. That is just amazing, and very inspirational. I hope to be there this time next year!!

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    1. Thank you and I have no doubt that your farm will be fantastic once it's all set up. it's alot of work but it's all worth it.

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  6. Oh wow what a fabulous harvest, that top table looks just fabulous with it all spread out. I love all the produce but I particularly love the range of tomatoes you grow - how many varieties did you plant?

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    1. Thank you, I planted 25 varities of tomatoes this year.

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  7. What ar you doing with all those tomatoes? I have problems keeping up with the ones I get which are nowhere near the amount you have harvested.

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    1. I make alot of sauces - marinara, tomato, meatsauce, chilli. I started on salsa and have some frozen whole for later. I gave away over 50 lbs so far to food pantry and bring to my coworkers as well. It makes everyone happy.

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  8. Wowza! That is a great haul of tomatoes! (onions, peppers, and potatoes too!)

    How many plants of tomatoes do you have?

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    1. I planted over 70 plants originally but currently only 48 producing. I lost about 20+ to deer and neighboor damage. Couple more were lost after bad storm. Some are not producing anything at all.

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  9. Amazing amount of food you produce! Always impressive...

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  10. Hi Jenny,
    What a bunch of beautiful food! The fact that you need two tables to hold it all up can only mean you're doing something right.

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  11. You produce an amazing amount of food! How many acres do you plant? You potatoes look wonderful and mine not so good! You are doing amazing gardening and preserving! Nancy

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  12. Hi Jenny, you have so many tomatoes. I read how you began with 70 or so and are down to about 40 plants. Is that right? We're experiencing things much the same. Some plants are producing heavily. Others are not producing at all. We're trying to keep track of them so we can focus on what works. I'm sure you are too.

    Someone mentioned your weight totals, but I didn't see them. Am I missing the obvious? Thanks for visiting our site and commenting. I always look forward to what you have to share.

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    1. I have 48 producing plants total right now but they've caught some kind of a disease so rapidly going down. And yes, I have plants that are not producing anything too. My totals are posted on the right hand side column right above the list of blogs I read. Each picture of what has been harvested is on the scale so you can see individual weights in addition to the general total by produce.

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