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From: Ian (173.227.57.178)
Subject:         Question about peaches
Date: June 15, 2013 at 10:05 pm PST

I purchase a bunch of certified organic US grown (I assume California) peaches a few days ago. They were all hard when I bought them. I have kept them all at room temperature sitting upside down with the stems on the bottom. Today all of them are still hard but many of them are growing mold and other wonderful colonies on them. I tried eating one of the ones with mold on it by cutting away the mold and trying the rest of it and it was a bit too hard for my liking. Does this mean these peaches are basically compost? Were they just picked too early or is it that they were not well fertilized / mineralized when they were growing on the tree? I hate to throw away more than a dozen organic peaches.

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