This is the end of my solar dried prune experiment for the year. It is October 14th and they all come in today. The experiment was a success in that the plums turned slowly into prunes (and they taste magnificent!) and I got to watch things as they happened. This could not have happened in a normal year because we often get wet Septembers. However, it shows that solar drying can work even into the heavy dews of late September and October.. I think the total amount was 5 buckets of plums. Perhaps 30 to 40 litres. Does anyone want me to continue this experiment? Enhanced dryness seems (to me) to be more important than heat. I can definitely work on that over the winter.
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