Clean and tasty food. It’s my work. When I work, I feel like I own the world.
I plant according to two seasons: summer and winter.
In winter I plant cauliflower, cabbage, winter lettuce, chard, spinach, coriander, parsley. I build a tent for parsley to hide it from the rain and the cold. I do the same for coriander. In summer I plant potatoes. I plant tomatoes, green beans, eggplants, zucchini, and cucumbers. Melon and watermelon. I also plant summer lettuce.
Sometimes, if I have some left, I trade them just to get back the cost of seeds and medicines. And a bit for my labor.
We also have animals: cows, sheep, and chickens. They help me a lot. With their manure I don’t need to buy fertilizers. I benefit greatly from them.
The most important thing is that our vegetables are clean, with no chemicals or sewage.
I only put manure as fertilizers.
I am very happy with my job, and I love it. When you don’t love your job, you’ll be unproductive.
When you love your job, you’ll be productive, whatever that job may be.