Any idea what happens to the defective? They use 'em for juice?JinnMartini » 27 Jul 2022, 4:16 am » wrote: ↑
Believe it or not . . . this variety can cost up $110 apiece !
Workers examine Obanazawa Suika watermelons for any imperfections before having them shipped out at a facility in Obanazawa, Yamagata Prefecture, on Friday. The facility, part of the Japan Agricultural Cooperatives’ Michinoku Murayama branch office, is experiencing its busiest time of the year as it ships up to 40,000 Obanazawa Suika watermelons every day until mid-August. The city boasts one of the largest watermelon yields nationwide.
I cannot imagine why anyone would make you feel unwelcome, Herpes.Herpes » 28 Jul 2022, 9:43 am » wrote: ↑
Yes I am !
God Bless Jinn and his family!
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