As a solution to the problem enumerated above and as a means of clearing the doubts that linkers in the hearts of unsuspecting students, it is recommended that the GCU gets its own garden. The garden should be located in the midst of the Agricultural Science faulty. This is because the Agricultural Science department already has a vast area of land that has been reserved for future agricultural purposes. The raising of the garden should be left in the hands of hired laborers with selected agricultural and other natural science students serving as oversight caretakers and supervisors. The duties of the supervisors should include overseeing the purchase and cultivation of seedlings for the garden. They should also be responsible for the correct practices of basic farming procedures; especially with the application of chemicals and other farm inputs to ensure that students are not put at risk of consuming contaminated fresh food crops, especially vegetables and fruits. Mention of fruits and vegetables brings to discussion the kind of crops to be cultivated. Most preferably, the farm should be dominated by fruits, vegetables, and cereal.
This is because with students serving as oversight caretakers of the farm, products from the farm can be trusted for their healthiness. What is more, because the cultivation of a variety of crops is advocated, students can be assured of a variety of food type at the cafeteria as long as the farm is going to be the source of raw material for the cafeteria.