Agrobiological products have considerable potential as plant growth stimulating agents. Bacteria and fungi, mainly the genus Trichoderma and Bacillus respectively, are considered as one of the viable alternatives for tomato cultivation in organic management and vegetative growth promotion. Trichoderma is a genus of fungi that is quite important for human life and the functionality of an ecosystem, decomposer of organic matter, essential in the recirculation of nutrients in the environment. The planting of tomato and other vegetables on roofs allows opportunities and challenges to improve food security and environmental protection. It becomes a powerful educational tool for any age, allows us to expand our knowledge about plants and ecosystems and develop attitudes such as patience and perseverance, fundamental requirements to obtain a quality harvest that will go directly from the rooftop to the kitchen.