If you have ever nursed a desire to eat fresh vegetables from your own garden, then this may be the best time to do so.
The rains are here again and you can take advantage of it to start your own pepper and tomatoes potted farms.
With the rising cost of foodstuffs occasioned by the covid 19 pandemic, it makes sense to save were necessary while enjoying fresh garden produces.
For those of us who live in cities where there is little or no space around our houses to make a farm. You can still take advantage of the ideas shared by this social media user who goes by moniker @Nig_farmer on his twitter handle.
He explained how you can plant pepper and tomatoes instead of flowers in clay-made flower pots.
He also explained how you can give the plants nourishment while ensuring to keep pests away from them.
These are some of the reactions that greeted his suggestions.
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