Looks like cyclone Nisarga spared Mumbai but Pune did get some powerful wind by which some 60 trees fell in the city. It even uprooted our Kappa (tapioca) which was planted in a grow bag.
The usual yield of Kappa is better than this but I salvaged all that I could get from the uprooted plants.
Wifey made the traditional dish with it, and it went well with the fish curry.
With all that rain lashing around, I was happy to see the drumstick flowers holding on well.
Talking of grow bags, I just tossed some watermelon seeds (and a mango seed) in one of the spare grow bags in our garden. I was happy to see that they took root within no time.
Won't it be a good idea if we planted all the seeds that we discard from our kitchen? If there are no pots at home, just toss them where there is some mud, maybe on the road side when you go for your drive.
Within three weeks tiny watermelons have appeared and very soon I will have to give them some support when the weight increases
As for the mango tree, I don't see much future for it in the grow bag. But let us see how far it will grow. The mango season is coming to an end and it is the right time to make some Uppumanga (mango in brine)
On a lean day, (if the lockdown is reimposed) this will go well with the rice.