In this same courtyard, I always perform AGNIHOTRA and Tryambakam Homa when I am not working. In addition, we practice Tryambakam Homa for several hours on the new and full moons and on other special days, energetically and astrologically speaking.
In 2019, my husband, Josue, built planters or beds of recycled wooden pallets, which are waterproof on the inside. So, I could sow whatever I wanted. That year 2019, although we were purely experimenting, we had a good harvest of large and small cherry tomatoes, mirasol chili peppers from Peru, grapes, potatoes (to prepare papa Huancaína), leeks, celery, aubergines, fried pepper (the typical Miguelin de Málaga), basil and bell peppers.
This year, 2020, we planted tomatoes, peppers, basil, zucchini, etc. The pumpkins came out spontaneously from the compost we prepare and with the soil, Agnihotra ash and cow dung powder. Also, this year we bought Californian red worms for vermiculture to obtain "liquid worm castings", an excellent nutrient for plants. The worms also receive the Agnihotra ash. We practically use Agnihotra ash for everything, we think is very useful in our mini Homa garden. We water the plants with this solution.
Although the gardens within the cities are more beleaguered by pests, we generally do not need to use anything else. And of course, we also consume the healing Agnihotra ash regularly.
Photo above: América and Josué share their love for Homa Therapy in the last 22 years. Photos below: The patio of approx. 15 square meters is filled with plants in pots, which provide superior quality of organic Homa vegetables.