Monthly Archives: May 2016

Chillis for kitchen gardens

The media has reported that locally in Goa the prices of chillis are increasing rapidly from Rs 80 per kilo to Rs 120 per kilo, however for those who have a kitchen garden, chillies can be the easiest plants to grow. Till a few decades ago, it was easy to find chilli plants growing profusely and chillies were sufficient for the home requirements.
However in 2015, 2016 it appears to be more difficult to grow chillis in goa. Though a large number of seeds have been planted, the germination rate remains fairly low. Only one chilli plant has flowered in the last one year. In May 2016, the plant started flowering and had 4 small white flowers, and no chillis till date.
Any suggestions to increase the chilli yield will be appreciated.

Cheap plastic containers available in bulk for gardening

Cheap plastic containers available for Individuals, organization and self help groups selling plants like cactus, periwinkle, tulsi
prices start from as little as Rs 1
Kindly revert if interested with details of your requirement

Radiation killing plants

With corporates are allegedly bribing intelligence, security agency officials to ruthlessly stalk and torture a harmless single woman engineer causing great pain using microwave radiation weapons. Even when she will change her house, these criminal government officials will trace and torture her at her current residence. The microwave weapons used are so lethal in panaji, goa is that when is living in a house, the plants in the vicinity will stop flowering and growing due to the highly damaging microwave weapons.
Now the engineer is not spending much time in one house, so these criminal officials have removed all their microwave weapons from the vicinity of the house as the expensive equipment is getting wasted targetting it on a empty house without causing damaging to the body of india’s largest female domain investor. So after 4 years, in 2016, the plants in the house are growing, flowers again blooming.

The microwave weapons being used daily on a harmless private citizen indicate the criminal mindset of indian intelligence, security agency officials