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Statistics for product #145, berry, physalis


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Harvester by Year

0User, Undefined0.900.90kilograms
2Steinman, Jan12.341.171.371.758.490.902.7628.77kilograms
3Rowe, Cleome0.160.690.432.624.0010.092.265.3825.62kilograms
4Wagner, Carol4.054.05kilograms
212Corno, Ben1.971.97kilograms
231Morrow, Geo0.200.20kilograms
277Alladin, Farrah0.230.23kilograms
289Ydenberg, Katrina3.823.82kilograms
336Wiebe, Alex0.300.30kilograms
364Ross, Mindy0.100.10kilograms
394Valleé, Steven2.152.15kilograms
397Baldwinson, Chelsea0.690.69kilograms
405Hamilton, Kelvin0.290.29kilograms
416Hamilton, Rebecca0.180.18kilograms
439Canabe, Aiden0.260.26kilograms
482d'Apallonia, Sarah0.250.25kilograms
500Stephenson, Kate15.481.9717.45kilograms
513Ingram, Brent0.240.24kilograms
515Klein, Philipp2.132.13kilograms
518Dekens, Leonard3.263.26kilograms
539Rass, Lena0.710.71kilograms
540Bourasseau, Ann-Sophie0.160.16kilograms
542Esqueda, Fabiola0.350.35kilograms
544Röttgers, Bruce0.160.16kilograms
547, Inigo ?0.950.95kilograms
548Pitkethly, Andrea1.251.25kilograms
549Pitkethly, Jase0.900.90kilograms
579Salvesen, Corrie0.180.18kilograms
597Nychyporuk, Bradley0.090.09kilograms
600Welcher, Kyra0.740.74kilograms
TOTAL:Welcher, Kyra8.0914.611.434.892.432.8734.6916.813.538.9798.31kilograms

Harvester Value by Year

0User, Undefined$33.68$33.68actual2
2Steinman, Jan$462.75$43.88$51.19$65.44$318.49$33.86$103.39$1,078.99actual48
3Rowe, Cleome$3.54$15.07$9.35$57.64$88.02$221.89$49.63$118.43$563.57actual54
4Wagner, Carol$80.09$80.09actual1
212Corno, Ben$49.25$49.25retail2
231Morrow, Geo$7.31$7.31actual2
277Alladin, Farrah$4.55$4.55actual1
289Ydenberg, Katrina$75.54$75.54actual2
336Wiebe, Alex$7.50$7.50retail1
364Ross, Mindy$2.09$2.09actual1
394Valleé, Steven$47.30$47.30actual8
397Baldwinson, Chelsea$15.18$15.18actual3
405Hamilton, Kelvin$10.80$10.80actual2
416Hamilton, Rebecca$5.49$5.49retail1
439Canabe, Aiden$6.86$6.86actual1
482d'Apallonia, Sarah$9.00$9.00actual1
500Stephenson, Kate$580.57$73.88$654.45actual17
513Ingram, Brent$8.85$8.85actual2
515Klein, Philipp$79.76$79.76actual5
518Dekens, Leonard$122.06$122.06actual3
539Rass, Lena$26.62$26.62actual1
540Bourasseau, Ann-Sophie$5.81$5.81actual2
542Esqueda, Fabiola$12.94$12.94actual1
544Röttgers, Bruce$5.81$5.81actual1
547, Inigo ?$35.55$35.55actual1
548Pitkethly, Andrea$46.84$46.84actual5
549Pitkethly, Jase$33.90$33.90actual4
579Salvesen, Corrie$5.49$5.49retail1
597Nychyporuk, Bradley1
600Welcher, Kyra2
TOTAL:Welcher, Kyra176

First/Last by Year

YearFirstLastDayskgPer DayHarvestsPer Harvest
2011Oct 1Oct 25258.0900.32442.023
2012Oct 9Nov 12414.6100.60972.087
2013Sep 13Nov 17661.4260.022150.095
2014Feb 19Nov 32584.8900.019180.272
2015Sep 20Oct 31422.4300.05890.270
2016Aug 9Sep 6292.8700.09930.957
2017Aug 18Nov 37834.6870.445470.738
2018Jul 26Nov 3012816.8100.131380.442
2019Aug 26Nov 7743.5250.048150.235
2020Aug 12Oct 16668.9700.136200.449


by Venue

farm gate$9.00$67.00$3.00$79.00
Tuesday market$63.00$60.00$102.00$225.00
Saturday market$22.50$172.00$60.00$823.00$325.00$165.00$246.00$1,813.50

by Venue, in kilograms

farm gate0.2401.8672.207
Tuesday market14.00010.0003.54627.546
Saturday market5.00028.66610.00022.0208.6854.50186.752

Seller by Year

Brooke, Liv$6.00$6.00
Chisholm, Lauren$10.00$10.00
Christensen, Camilla$6.00$6.00
Co-op, EcoReality$74.68$200.62$31.37$10.83$4.15$103.32$424.97
Dekens, Leonard$44.50$44.50
Esqueda, Fabiola$7.00$7.00
Klein, Philipp$34.80$13.00$47.80
Lipsky, Adam$3.60$3.60
Pitkethly, Andrea$24.91$24.91
Pitkethly, Jase$24.91$24.91
Rohnacher, Leandra$25.00$25.00
Röttgers, Bruce$10.54$10.54
Röttgers, Christina$2.25$2.25
Rowe, Cleome$53.00$30.00$349.60$185.64$61.90$117.60$797.74
Sansom, Holly$27.00$27.00
Steinman, Jan$27.00$98.00$30.00$369.50$197.62$78.10$121.80$922.02
Stephenson, Kate$33.60$18.13$51.73
Valleé, Steven$69.00$69.00
Wagner, Carol$31.50$31.50
Welcher, Kyra$6.00$6.00

Buyer by Year

Co-op, EcoReality$74.68$200.62$31.37$10.83$4.15$103.32$424.97
Greene, Dani$6.00$6.00
Lavender, Peri$3.00$3.00
Patrons, Market$81.00$232.00$60.00$823.00$427.00$165.00$246.00$2,034.00
Roegele, Danielle$9.00$42.00$51.00
Ryder, Claire$4.50$4.50
User, Undefined$19.00$19.00

by Market-Week


Information about product #145, Physalis peruviana (dg fo pf wp) , berry, physalis

  • Income from this product qualifies for determining property tax farm status.
  • This is a raw agricultural product.
SuperUnitsProfit CentreDescriptionHabitatPropagationHazardsNotes
tomatillokilogramsFruiticulturePlant prospers in rich soils, but actually produces more fruit in marginal soils. Excellent crop for the tropics, where ongoing high yields provide refreshing fruit and nutrition -- much yield for little effort.Sow in spring in pots and transplant. In temperate US, start early and cultivate as per tomatoes.

Germination usually takes place quickly and freely. Diurnal temperature fluctuations assist germination. Prick out the seedlings into individual pots of fairly rich soil when they are large enough to handle and plant them out after the last expected frosts. Consider giving them some protection such as a cloche until they are growing away well.

Division: in spring. This is best done without digging up the plant. Remove young shoots that are growing out from the side of the clump, making sure that some of the below ground shoot is also removed. It is best if this has some roots on, but the shoot should form new roots fairly quickly if it is potted up and kept for a few weeks in a shady but humid part of the greenhouse.
All parts of the plant except for the fruit are poisonous.Short-lived perennial. Native to the Andes -- a cultivated crop since Incan times. We are currently growing a select cultivar that is quick to produce myriads of light colored fruits. Nutritious fruit occurs in a decorative (purple streaked) inflated calyx.

Fruit is loaded with vitamin A, C and B. Contains unusually high levels of pectin and phosphorous. Fruit very sweet, like candy, a cross between cherry tomato and bing cherry, with a hint of cinnamon. I have seen a 3-year-old and a 5-year-old child in a patch of Goldenberry harvesting for personal use for an unbelievably long time period exceeding 5 minutes, stuffing mouths, stuffing pockets, and leaving a trail of husks behind them as they went.

Fruit: edible raw or cooked in pies, cakes, jellies, compotes, jams etc. A delicious bitter-sweet flavour, it has smaller but sweeter fruits than the cultivar 'Edulis'.

The dried fruit can be used as a raisin substitute, though it is not so sweet.

The plant conveniently wraps up each fruit in its own 'paper bag' (botanically, the calyx) to protect it from pests and the elements. This calyx is toxic and should not be eaten.

The fruit is rich in vitamin A (3000 I.U. of carotene per 100g), vitamin C and some of the B complex (thiamine, niacin and B12).

The protein and phosphorus levels are exceptionally high for a fruit. The fruit is a berry about 2cm in diameter.

The dried fruit is said to be a substitute for yeast. If picked carefully with the calyx intact, the fruit can be stored for 3 months or more.

Plantings: First/Last by Year

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