Yeah, yeah… that’s how it usually goes right?
To be sure. Home from church meeting now and we’ll spend a little while picking peppers in front of the stoves. It doesn’t take that long when you have several hands at it.
update: It took about 2.5 hours and yielded 30 gallons of peppers. Made a good time to visit and plan together. Then we put the plants through a customer’s chipper I have here in the shop so we can put them in Luke’s bio-gas tank.
Also, helpful tip. Many already know this, but if you have a large volume of plant matter to process like that (pea shelling, etc) if you throw it all on the floor and sweep it around a bit it tends to pick up all the dust. Floors shine better after a good pea shelling, or in this case, a pepper strippin’.