It's hard not to worry about tomato, I mean she has problems with the flea beetles and the aphids. Not only that, she and her family are particularly susceptible to diseases, such as Late blight. Catching that bug is one big deal, once contracted, their leafs begin decaying and they begin being insecure about it, so much so that they have a hard time being on time. It's in the name. If she caught Late Blight, I won’t be able to talk or play or see her for a long time. That makes me super sad!
Being in “BED 1” has been nice for me and my family so far. Our friends, the pea family are also with us. They’re nice, but the snap peas aren’t very nice. Everyday, the government gives us a little bit of nutrients to keep us alive. It’s not much, and it comes slowly, but it’s enough to live off of I guess.
Mother warned us of the root maggots, who crawl around our toes and make our brassica roots malform. Everyday we have to protect ourselves. We even take precautions like moving around and not living in the same spot very often. Living in the garden has been a trip for me and my family. The fall skies and the brown and orange leaves are my favorite things to look at. Mother said that when winter comes we’ll be gone. But that’s okay, we’ll be back the next year round.