The summer has officially arrived in the western U.S. with the arrival of summer moonshine and strawberries on the west coast. This is the culmination of two years of harvest and the beginning of a new season. This particular ritual is designed to make the harvest last longer but also to help the fruits ripen on their own. I’ve been doing this for a couple of summers now, and you can too if you like.
It seems that the summer moonshine industry is a big part of the reason why strawberry season has been delayed. The reason for this is because the majority of the harvest is shipped out of the country. This would be fine if it wasn’t for the fact that strawberries on the west coast are notoriously late in ripening. They ripen late in other parts of the country when the weather is hot and sunny, but in the west they ripen slowly due to the temperature and humidity.
The thing is, strawberries are not just for drinking. They are used in a number of other things, and so it is no surprise that they were also late in the harvest. It is a bit more surprising how much they were delayed, considering that the majority of the industry is concentrated in California. If we had a strawberry full moon today, I can guarantee that it would be ripe and ready to harvest for a long time.
So what is the difference between a strawberry full moon and a strawberry moon? A strawberry full moon is when the entire crop is ripe, while a strawberry moon is when just the very top of the crop is ripe. A full moon would be perfect to start an all-out harvesting season, but it is a bit on the late side. A moon makes sense only if you have a well-planned harvesting effort. In our humble opinion, if you have strawberries available, you should have strawberries available.
You can easily see the difference between a strawberry full moon and a strawberry moon, as it is the very top of the crop. In the case of a full moon, it’s the very top of the crop that won’t be ripe. In the case of a strawberry moon, it’s the very top of the crop when it’s ripe. A strawberry full moon is actually the most spectacular of the three.
Strawberry moon is when a strawberry is at its best, and the best part? A strawberry full moon is the most spectacular of the three. You just don’t have much time to gather the berries, so your plan is to have them ready to harvest at the proper time. A strawberry full moon is usually only about three or four weeks away.
The best time to harvest the strawberries is right before the moon comes up over the horizon, but it is still a good idea to have them at least a week before you are expecting a full moon. This is because the moon can be very harsh on the berries and can cause diseases if they are not treated right. Even though you have a certain amount of time to gather the berries, it is also a good idea to treat your strawberries right before the moon rises.
The best time is the first night of the full moon, when the berries are best. But even the first night is still a good time to harvest because the moon has a much stronger effect on the leaves than it does on the berries.
The berries are not all that toxic, which is why it is also a good idea to treat them right before the full moon. This way, you can get all the berries that you need for a good harvest, and the ones that will be left for later. Not only can you get all the berries that you need for the whole moon, but you can also get a nice big chunk of the berries that you can eat the next night.
This is an easy one to forget, but our bodies have a natural memory. Just like we can recall a few days after a big event, our bodies have a natural memory as well. This includes the moon. The moon is a day and a half long, so you only need to get one shot per day.