Thursday, 27 September 2012

Unexpected Harvest

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Every year my compost bin hosts a tomato plant. Every year the little tomatos would be nibbled to oblivion by the not so little ground hogs. This year, I did not clear the grass growing around my compost bin and it had grown over the anaemic golden mop. Today I cleared out the grass and guess what I found?

Amazingly there were two completely ripe tomatos that were not eaten by ground hogs. Unfortunately, they were so worm infested, they went straight back into the bin again.

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varsha said...

ecosystem rules : hog catching sounds like an interesting sport ?

Agnija Bharathi said...

It is an unending sport. Actually, unwinnable sport! :)