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Gardening in tropics Costa Rica, Rain Issues

3 years planting here and have been very Lucky. With most fruit trees, (be sure to get the ones right for your area). Also corn, elote, ayote, cambute, yucca, and cucumbers. Tomatoes, peppers etc. not so well. It is not as easy as my friends say put a stick in the ground and it will grow ( yes sometimes maybe). Although if you stand still too long a vine might wrap around your leg. However have had problems growing vegetables, too much sun. Built a shade screen, green saran covering. Now the rainy season is drowning some plants that were in desert conditions a few weeks ago. Probably need to construct some type of roof and water management system. Any Ideas for a low cost system, also any tropical gardening websites. difficult to find good information

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