Okra 2024

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JRinPA
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Re: Okra 2024

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Wed Jun 12, 2024 9:21 pm

The dogs loved the pressure canned stuff. I liked it okay, but they are dead soft. Pickling, I have seen it for sale, maybe in the fridge, but never tried it.

Wasn't there a recipe for okra kimchi on one of the forums?

I think my small patch of 10 transplants under the vented plastic is loving that heat, but man is it dry. Need some rain, I'm tired of feeding drip tape.

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Fri Jun 14, 2024 11:09 am

Progress June 12th

double row under vented plastic, I guess the camera was pointed off target. I stuck it under and clicked.
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The three in pots with bottoms cut out and under agribon
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The garlic row okra
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Sat Jul 13, 2024 9:17 am

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The okra are bouncing back from the battering Beryl delivered. I picked enough okra since the storm to have two nice side dishes of roasted okra last night. It’s rained over five inches since the ten inches we got in the hurricane and okra love all that water. The raised bed okra are just getting to the flowering stage. We should be covered up in okra in a week or two.
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Zone 9b, located in the Columbia bottomlands, annual rainfall 46”

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