As spring tries to take hold of Western Missouri, a lot of people will begin working on their gardens to grow fresh vegetables for the summertime.  According to University Extension Horticulture Specialist Marlon Bates, people need to rotate where they plant their vegetables to prevent problems from showing up in the future.

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Bates offers this tip on crop rotation.

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For more information, you can contact your local extension office.