About 30 children who live in Villa Cesar Chavez apartments in Oxnard celebrated Cesar Chavez Day by planting a community garden. The March 28 event was part of the Cabrillo Economic Development Corporation's Fourth Annual Cesar Chavez Day of Learning and Service at the complex. The kids planted four varieties of tomatoes, jalapenos, chile de arbol and yellow and orange marigolds as well as carrot, basil, mint and radish seeds. Agromin was proud to donate 24 bags of its Vegetable Garden Mix to the project to help the plants grow strong and healthy.
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