[nafex] Evans cherries

Sarah Kehler Ewing skkewing at yahoo.com
Wed Aug 8 03:09:16 EDT 2012

I just picked 15 gallons of Evan's cherries off my friend's trees this morning: the big dark ones are so tasty to eat that I may have eaten too many.  :o)  No mould anywhere on any of them and we have been getting rain on a daily basis up here this summer while hitting the 30's (that's 86+F for you Americans)... both of which are a bit unusual for us.  We are usually much drier and in the 20's (68F) which would help keep mould at bay.  Don't know: maybe those Cherries just do better up here cuz that is where they were found, about an hour North of me near St. Albert, Alberta.


 From: Jim Fruth <jimfruth at charter.net>
To: NAFEX <nafex at lists.ibiblio.org> 
Sent: Saturday, August 4, 2012 12:40:53 AM
Subject: [nafex] Evans cherries
Sarah Kehler Ewing wrote, ".............................they need to sit on 
the tree for a while (weeks) longer and turn a dark red before they reach 
their full sweetness for eating out of hand.? The same goes for all the rest 
of the U of S cherries and for Evan's cherries:"

    Soon after my Evans cherries turn red, they begin to mold.

Jim Fruth
Brambleberry Fruit Farm
4002 Davis Street
Pequot Lakes, MN  56472

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