Recently, a creature had been stealing my tilapia food. It made a big hole through the cover to gain access. I wasn't sure what it was but all i know is it has strong teeth. I suspect it must be the same squirrel as before.
|The hole at the top chewed out by the creature|
This morning, to my surprise, the victim was a rat. I was expecting a squirrel. There, it couldn't jump out.
|The rat; resting on the plastic bag|
|The plastic bag provides enough buoyancy for it to stick its nose above the surface while sitting|
And now, about the plants. The plants...
I found something interesting about kangkong plant. It is very tough. It doesn't give up easily. Last week, when I was clearing the left growbed, I removed all but the top most kangkong vines that were creeping on the PVC shade. The vines, without its roots, soon dries out. But to my surprise, it bloom new flowers!
|Dried kangkong vines hanging at the top of the shade|
|A single white flower (smaller than usual) and several new flower buds at the bottom (not shown)|
|Tomato, pak choy, and kang kong seedlings|
|Mutant tomato seedling. It remained at the cotyledon stage without growing true leaves.|
|Centre: Kang kong growing new shoots. Left: Roselle cuttings bought from the market|
|Chilli plant. The left shoot is growing very fast.|
|I'm not sure what variety it is. This plant was given to me by a friend. I do not know what is their harvest size.|
|Another fruit but this one is curled.|
Thanks for reading! :-D