Haha, yeah I hear ya. After doing 1000lbs I am pretty wiped.
That is what I need to do, but all of my three freezers are constantly full and I can't find room for more pods :-(
Bummer! We are lucky to have a large walk in freezer.
Wow that's awesome. Maybe next year I'll have enough grown to actually need to store them. Great processing technique, thanks!
No problem, best of luck!
YOWZAA!!!!! That is Awesome!!!! Both that your farmer knocked it out of the park with the grow, and that you're getting them processed 1000 pounds at a time. Hope you got some good tunes or podcasts to listen to~~~
Thanks SL! Yes, we burn through lots of tunes. Hard to get everyone to agree though!
In one season I'll get a hundred pounds of peppers off of just one plant, maybe more. I haven't tested the limits yet. When I say season, I mean year. As we have fairly tropical weather in Florida all year.
This I would love to see as well. If you figure an average pod is in the 10g range, even harvesting 1000 pods from one plant would only yield roughly 10kg (22lbs). So you are saying your plants are producing well over 5000 pods each? We grow our peppers as well, and if there is some way to up the plant production by 40 or 50 times I would enjoy learning about it.