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Community Garden


We have had a community garden for the past several years in a public 
housing community in Birmingham, AL.   We have recently read that rotating 
the planting of vegetables is very beneficial.  What are your thoughts on 
this subject of rotating?  In particular, how many years should you wait 
before it is necessary to change the location of planting of the 
vegetables?

What are your thoughts on the safety of kids handling manure in working in 
the garden?

Thank you for any information you can furnish.
Beverly Self
James Rushton I Foundation
e-mail address: rshtn1fn@bellsouth.net



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