TESTIMONIALS


“I am very happy that I can now save money on vegetables that are currently being bought to feed the children, I am also happy about the amount of water we are going to save.”

Mrs. Sidzatane, principal
Noncedo Public School
Eastern Cape, 15 March 2011
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“I have been trying to get the children excited about planting as part of my Natural Science classes, this method of planting will be perfect.”

Mr Yandi Vuso, Natural Science teacher
Gcinubuzwe Secondary School
Eastern Cape, 15 March 2011
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“The most delightful thing about a garden is the anticipation it provides.”

W.E Johns
Bangweni Junior Secondary School
Eastern Cape, 16 March 2011
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“I like how simple the planting is, I look forward to watching the plant come out of the paper, and now I can weed the garden with confidence.”

Doctor, Community worker.
Chief Luthuli Primary School
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“The learners want to play soccer all the time, maybe now they will take an interest in making a garden”

Mr Reuben Hengu, Agricultural Sciences Teacher
Mgomanzi Senior Secondary School
Butterworth, 24 March 2011
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“I look forward to seeing how they grow compared to the seeds we always plant, I am excited”

Principal
Bert Bricks primary School
Potchefstroom, 23 March 2011
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“Natural Science class is more enjoyable when you are outside of the classroom learning skills with both your hands and your eyes. ”

Lehora, Pupil
Nompumelelo School
Umzimkulu, 31 March 2011
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“This method of planting will be easy for our disabled children to sow. It will be good for them to get involved”

Busi Ngcobo, Teacher.
Reunion School for the disabled
Reunion, 30 March 2011