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Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Giant Cabbage

My husband, Ray Barndt, picked this cabbage yesterday out of his garden. The cabbage weighed 26.7 lbs. We live on E Fishing Creek Rd. The cabbage is now shredded and in the process of becoming sauerkraut! 


Diane Barndt


Prof. Weidsbegon said...

If this doesn't convince people of global warming, I don't know what will!! Clearly the extended growing season and the warmer temperatures lasting deeper into the evening have contributed to accelerated growth. It's simple science! Light Exposure + Soil Moisturization + Higher temperature and saturated humidity level = Growth.

tooter said...

very nice...I bet that sauerkraut is going to be the best.

Anonymous said...

Yes, the "globe" has been warming ever since the "last" ice age!!!

Anonymous said...

9:12 you aren't going to give him credit for having a green thumb. A good seed, good soil, and mulch a lot of love what do you get, a giant cabbage.

Anonymous said...

There are cabbages ten times that big growing over in Russia near the Chernobyl disaster.
Some farmers use fracking water to water their gardens and claim it produces super big produce.

Anonymous said...

I like the picture, this guy looks really cool and he even makes his t-shirts out of cabbage. Good going

Anonymous said...

God bless him. I commend him cause I can't even make a house plant grow!

Anonymous said...

More than likely it a FLAT DUTCH cabbage. they grow in potter county and get s big as bushel baskets. Its an old fashion one.