During summer, the plants would be suffering extreme heat so we had to irrigate the plants at least twice a day. When the rainy season comes, the plants would be drowning in water. Truly, the weather is a bane and boon to the plants. Maybe that's the reason why the greenhouse came to fore in order to give the plants a controlled environment. Our plants now are suffering from stagnant waters from the excessive rains. The cassava crops have died and wanting to be replanted. Only one banana plant is left, the one with fruits. Maybe next month we would be rethinking our position on the extended garden which is always submerged in rainwater.