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Bulayo youths embark on unique project

Dubbed “Low Input Gardening”, the project encourages people to use sacks, old dishes, plates and even cups for growing vegetables and other nutritious and health-enhancing plants.

 

“Realising that it is not everyone who has enough space to establish a garden, we decided to encourage people to use sacks and other old household utensils to grow vegetables,” 25-year-old Bongani Mabika said.

“These are movable gardens so even those lodgers whose landlords do not allow them to start a garden in their yard can still grow vegetables and move with their gardens when they have to change accommodation.”

—Jennifer Dube

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