February 17, 2020

Project 101: Urban Gardening Another Try

A few months ago, I posted one of my projects – Urban Gardening using pots hang on the wall. Unfortunately, this didn’t work. Why?
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Tomato Seedlings
The soil I used is not good. It hardened when dried up. Another is that plants did not receive enough sunlight.

With this, I put the Urban Gardening Project on top of the roof. I used the old plastic door jamb as the border to create plots.
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I put plastic liners before placing the soil. The soil I used is made of decaying rice hulls which I got from Nueva Ecija pa when we got home a few weeks ago.
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There is also an old wooden ladder turned into small plots. Good for small plants like pechay, lettuce, spring onions, and other herbs.

I also planted eggplants and tomatoes in an old pail.
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After two weeks, here they are!
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Yesterday, I started making “balag” for the sitaw and amplaya to cling on. 


While I was documeting, Mommy was also doing the same pala.
The next project is to used old tires naman as plots or pots for kamote, sili, or other. Any suggestions?

Hopefully, with all the efforts, this project will be okay and will harvest fresh veggies soon.

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