Having read the following article in this Farmer’s Weekly (South Africa): Small land, big dreams for urban veggie farmer – we see a genuine need for a poly tunnel rental company in Gauteng, South Africa.
The advantages of poly tunnels seem to be clear and certain as for this small scale farmer from Kempton Park in Gauteng:
“Though his makeshift tunnels do the job, he says he would consider leasing tunnels or the structures for tunnels in the future, as larger tunnels would be easier to work in and allow him to work standing up.”
Many a bootstrap, start-up micro-farmer is forced for budget sake to make-do…with a make shift tunnel…
But it begs the question:
Are there any cost effective poly tunnel leasing services out there in Gauteng?…
Or perhaps, Johannesburg?
Or Pretoria even?
If so…why not share your recommendation.
Clement Tshuma, the focus in the Farmer’s Weekly interview, could do with one!
If you are have any details to share on this subject – feel free and go ahead…
We’ll give you a few pointers on what might be relevant to prospective customers:
The following will help any Gauteng locals get a gauge of what’s on offer with your tunnels:
These are just a few pointers…but if you have any further information which you feel will be relevant…
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Join the conversation below.
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Why don’t you submit a quick enquiry below, sharing your exact requirements…
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