Organic farming is a form of agriculture that relies on crop rotation, green manure, compost, biological pest control
and mechanical cultivation to maintain soil productivity and control pests.
Since in urban cities limitation is insufficient land for farming, the concept of terrace farming, vertical and container farmings are upcoming trends in urban farming. Here in this blog I will be sharing every single effort and techniques in building my Organic Roof :)

Location Details:

Country: India

State: Kerala

City: Trivandrum

Climate:Tropical, equable, hot, humid and dry.

Soil: Red soil in the Southern-most part of Kerala

Friday, January 21, 2011

Second batch Harvest

Second batch plantation with more varieties  like purple and green eggplant, and also certain plants in first batch started giving yield in second harvest. Tomato plants were grown in second batch plantation, but did not start giving fruit, but those planted in the first batch is still giving tomato.

 Okra (Ladies Finger / Bhindi ) 6 in Nos. 
 Tomato- 6 Plants ( Planted 6 months before).
Second batch of tomato plant added another 6 more plants.
 Pumpkin - 4 Plants ( Planted 5 months before)
 Green chilly - 10 Plants ( Planted 3 months before)
 4-5 chillies only , infected by pests , taking control measure while applying garlic paste spray and Neem leaf spray. 
 Snake guard 3 Plants ( Planted 15 days before)
 Not started yielding

 Green egg plant, Planted 4 Nos.(2 Months before)
 Cucumber 2 Plants ( Planted 15 days before)
Plant in in growth phase
 Indian Spinach (Green) 40 Plants ( Planted 20 Days Before)
Every plant was matured enough to use for making curries. We had a good Dal curry while using spinach as an ingredient.

 Brinjal (Egg Plant) 12 Plant (Planted 2 months before)

This image shows different varieties of vegetables.
I could manage to get almost every vegetable that is used in preparing SAMBAR.

My kid enjoying real life.............

1 comment:

  1. Cheers Freejesh...
    This is Amazing...
    All the very best!

    -- Siva