Summers are hot here in South Florida and most farmers will tuck tail and not grow anything for the summer fearful of rains, heat, and bugs, but not me. I figure in tropical countries they do not stop eating when it gets hot, so I look to the tropics for ideas and alternatives on what to grow for food.
Human beings thrive best when we eat locally grown, indigenous foods. Here are five plants that I just started propagating for production that we need to learn to eat, not only because they are what grows when it gets hot, but because they are super healthy.
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