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Wednesday, March 5, 2014

PARE : RETIRED EARLIER

I love pare...
I planted any on my garden several months ago.


They were so flourish...


They produced lots of fruits...
Hmmm.... so lovely...


In my first plan, I will unload my Pare plot at the last of March.
Maybe you still remember with my 'Shadow project'.
But the yellow bugs attack made me resigned the first plan.


The bugs made the leaves have dry and rotten.
So, I unloaded the pare plot three weeks ago.
And make a new plot on this plot.
Just a backup plan, an incidental plan.



Look brighter...
This is my bed two week ago.

 

I plant kangkung, sweet basil, basil, red amaranth, green mustard, cabe rawit (hot pepper), broccoli, pakcoy, lettuce and okra.


This bed is on part shady area, so I should plant 'special' varieties that adaptable on the limited sun shine.
I have to choose the appropriate plants.
 

The plants look don't do well.
Etiolation...
The durian branches make a shadow on my garden.
That's my next door trees.
I can't do nothing. 


Look the leaves on my beds.
I hope they would be a good compost.
I have to make a good plan for the next planting.

14 comments:

  1. Those bugs remind me of the ones that eat my beans then turn into beetles. All you can do is remove the plants and start over with something they won't eat.

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    1. Yes I think so. I also find this bugs on the eggplants leaves

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  2. Wow that is one crazy looking caterpillar!

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    1. Really annoying bugs. They have multiplied very very fast.

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  3. What a strange looking bug, is it a caterpillar?

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  4. Well done for having a go at replanting Endah - sometimes you just have to see if something works, if not rip it out and try again. I don't envy you having to deal with those bugs!

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    1. Thanks Caro. I have to try, try and try.

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  5. Look great. When we want fresh fruits and veggies, we have to travel to a local farmers market. It is so so worth it.

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    1. Sometimes we couldn't get everything that we want in our home garden. So we have to go to market or groceries. I think local farmers market will give us better products

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  6. Your plants are beautiful, the track is a fear in the gardens.
    Greetings.

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    1. Thanks Lucia. The bugs are really really destroying, and of course annoying

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  7. You are growing a lot of veggies! Yes, they don't like shade of trees.

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    1. Yeah... they couldn't grow optimally :(

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