In the past few weeks, we have been learning the importance of crop rotation in a garden. For the spring harvest, we plan on adding a diverse variety of plants and vegetables in the beds and rotating which plants are planted in each bed. We have decided to start growing our plants for spring inside the greenhouse to accommodate for the winter weather and transplant them into the beds when the weather gets warmer. Among the vegetables we are planting are cilantro, sugar snap peas, and cauliflower. These plants will be extremely beneficial to both our garden and our school. We decided on these plants because they help provide our school and our kitchen with fresh and nutritional foods grown by the students and the staff. Rotation of crops reduces risks of harmful insects and diseases. I look forward to transplanting the plants in the spring and I hope that it will continue to benefit the garden for future students.

  • K.H.
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