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c ny August 30, 2015

Rashi In line 2 Rashi talks about 'zayin shemen', and 'dvash'. But the Torah doesn't mention those at all in that line. What gives? Reply

Kayo Kaneko Tokyo, Japan September 10, 2011

Question on the first fruits B"H

Thank you very much for your emphasis on importance of thanking HaShem. My question is that those first fruits are taken after 3 years from the planting of those trees? Reply

Aaron Sochaczewski August 31, 2020
in response to Kayo Kaneko:

Generally It takes 3 years for fruit trees to produce fruit. We want to give the tree of the chance to be mature enough to produce those initial fruits. Then we separate the first fruits as a gift to G-d. Reply

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