Touch the okra. Ripe okra should feel tender to the touch. Wear gloves and long sleeves when feeling and harvesting the okra, as its small hairs are often irritating to the skin.
Measure the okra. okra should be picked when it is 2 to 3 inches long. The okra becomes too hard to eat when it grows any bigger.Cut the okra from its stem with pruning shears when it is ready for harvest. A stem that is difficult to cut through indicates the okra is tough and too ripe.
Check the neck, to tell if a pear is ripe press gently around the stem of the pear and, if it is ripe, it will give a little. Information regarding this and numerous other pear related facts, including what time of the year most pears are ripe and what ripe pears of different types look like, check out the related link attached to this question.
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