|Junior's organic tomato on his|
|Healthy looking white squash|
or upo grown from his rooftop.
He also grew worms from the rotting vegetables and raised them. Their feces or stools became powerful fertilizers which he used to grow the vegetables. Everything was healthy organic. And the beauty of it all was that everything was easy to do. Just produce the "veggie soil," containers, and veggie seeds. Plant and then water them daily, plus the "veggie worm" fertilizer. Presto! You have a productive home rooftop organic vegetable garden!
|Reddish organic Okra grown from|
Just look at the reddish organic okra on the right. My guess is that it's probably rich in the antioxidant anthocyanin, which produces the bright colors in plants. Scientists say brightly colored fruits and veggies have anthocyanin.
Junior noticed something interesting--no pests to harm the plants, leaves or fruit. A farming expert I know once said that organic plants released plant chemicals that insects hated. So, let's all go back to organic farming.