The weather here has been very wet. It has been raining everyday. And on certain days, it even rained a few times a day. And sometimes, ALL DAY! And the rain has brought out the snails in full force. The picture below is a day's worth of catch.
|Giant snail on okra plant|
|As if the vegetables weren't enough, this one decided to 'chomp' on the broom as well!|
|This tomato plant contracted fungus and died as a result of it. I managed to harvest all of the tomatoes before the plant died.|
|One of the tomatoes|
|A deformed okra|
|An infestation of aphids and cottony cushion scale (Icerya purchasi) on an okra leaf|
|The transparent tiny spheres are the spider mite eggs|
The damp and wet weather caused powdery mildew to infect the okra leaves too.
|The deformed red okra with a perfectly formed okra|
|2nd Harvest of Kangkung|
|A perfect mini capsicum|
|Some okras and cherry tomatoes|
|Siu Pak Choy|
|Nai Pak, some okras and cherry tomatoes|
|The okras and cherry tomatoes|
|Radish in a pot!|
|Radishes and SNAIL in a pot!|
|A new pot of capsicum seedlings. I have another 3 more pots of capsicum seedlings.|
|New cherry tomato tree. I have another four new trees growing.|
And I left this tray of red spinach to bolt as I wanted the seeds. By doing this, I do not need to buy seeds.