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Anonymous added on July 10, 2011 | Answered

This is my first time trying to grow tomatillos. My first one that I had fell on the ground. It was firm on the inside, but the outer layer was completely dry (like the ones I see in stores). Will the outer layer continue to dry? Is it ok to eat?

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Hi! As long as the fruit is undamaged, I have used the ones that fall on the ground and they have been just fine. They can be a little messier cleanup though, as the surface of the fruit is so sticky.

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