ROLL CALL: Please post your harvest results here when you have them.
Here's what I know so far:
Aruna: 1.5 lbs
Jennifer: 2 lbs
Rosa/Elena: 1.2 dried 2lbs frozen
Guy: 2.5 lbs
Neal: 0 (blight)
Susan: I have about one cup's worth and many more green ones on the vine. I will find a way to weight them when I have the rest.
Cathy: I haven't been to my community garden in two months. We had drought and then a hurricane. I am not hopeful. Trying to get there this week.
Meg: Meg 10 oz.
Elaine: Neal, I hope you know your contribution to the group has been considerable and much appreciated despite your bad luck with the beans.
John: I have 1.5lbs dried and in a jar - pictures pending - and have a small amount more to harvest - a second wave - fully grown and waiting for them to yellow and dry.
Neal: Thanks. I've got to ask my friend if she has any luck with the beans I gave her. Next time I see her.....
Elona: I don't have a suitable device to measure my beans. so far it should be about a pound or so... generous and optimistic eyeball measurement.
Elaine: FYI: A quart-sized mason jar of beans seems to weigh in at about 1.6-1.8 lbs. depending on their moisture content and size of beans
Aruna: Oh, so I have more like 1.75 lbs, let's say.
Cathy: Benign/aggressive neglect yields .75 lbs., but they are very wrinkly and damp. Sad.
Elaine: Please share a picture. I'm sure they are not as bad as you think.
Elaine: (Plus, you've been on book tour and writing some awesome articles of late.)
Zoe: I have nearly 3 quarts. They're not dry yet though. Will weigh when dry.
Neal: Show off.....
Neal: Sorry....that was unkind. I think I have bean envy.....