Thursday, August 12, 2010

In the Bag: August 14

-Red Tomato Berries
-Tomatoes (not sure what kind yet, will be harvested Friday morning)
-Watermelon (Not sure what kind yet, will be harvested Friday morning)
-Bell Peppers
-Cubanelle Pepper
-Leeks
-Zucchini
-Yellow Squash
-Green Beans
-Savoy Cabbage

16 comments:

  1. Yes, please harvest tomatoes and we will cut around any disease.

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  2. I vote for harvesting and we will cut out diseased parts. Rest of tomatoes will still be good, won't they?

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  3. We are fine with cutting around bad parts of the tomatoes!

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  4. I vote for harvesting as long as the tomatoes don't pose any health risks.

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  5. Thank you so much for all the work you guys do to bring us yummy veggies to eat! We love going to the farm, visiting with the animals, and picking up our bag weekly!!

    We would love tomatoes, even if they are spotted! No point in wasting a whole tomato simply b/c of a spot!

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  6. Please, send the tomatoes home with us.

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  7. Please send tomatoes. We'll gladly cut around the spots!

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  8. We'll deal with the spots. Send the tomatoes

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  9. I'm also good receiving tomatoes that have spots. Looking forward to getting some.

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  10. Please send tomatoes; spots don't bother us! :)

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  11. Yes, tomatoes with spots, please!

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  12. Yes send the tomatoes! We will deal with the spots!

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  13. Tomatoes w/ spots are fine w/ us!

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  14. Yes, please harvest the toms. I'd rather cut the spots than miss out on them.

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