We grow wheat as part of our crop rotation.

Crop rotation is incredibly important in farming. It allows the land time to rest and regain some of the nutrients it has lost through growing other crops. 

By growing wheat, rather than just leaving the field bare, we can help to prevent the spread of diseases. Some studies have also shown that growing wheat for rotation can help boost the levels of nutrients in the soil and the yield of the crops.

We grow wheat after our vegetable crops.