The effects of climate change are being felt in the garden (water shortages, seasonal changes, etc.). These phenomena are forcing vegetable growers to adapt, for example in terms of the sowing calendar, and even the choice of species.

At the same time, the kitchen garden is an important tool in the fight against climate change, notably by helping to store carbon.

Have you taken your local climate into account when designing your vegetable garden, for example in your choice of plants? Have you experimented with the texture of your soil? Have you planned for crop rotation, and thought about an economical watering system?