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HELLO!!!! from ITALY PRIMARY SCHOOL BUONARROTI IN MARINA DI CARRARA
IN FEBRUARY, WE SOWED SUNFLOWERS, SALAD, STRAWBERRIES, PEPPERS, AUBERGINES, TOMATOES, COURGETTES AND BASIL.
IN APRIL, WE TRANSPLANTED OUR GROWINGS OUTSIDE THE GREENHOUSE.
We also hanged a BATBOX on a tree because bats can protect us from irritating insects Earthworms fertilize the soil Bees pollinate the flowers
ON THE RIGHT YOU CAN SEE AN OLIVE PLANT. IN ITALY WE PRODUCE A LOT OF GOOD OLIVE OIL. LOOK AT OUR VEGETABLES, FRUITS AND PLANTS, THEY ARE NICE, AREN’T THEY? AND HEALTHY, TOO!
The participants Alessio Camilla Erica
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