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Need specialised fabric treatment?

Working with clients to provide customised solutions.
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The free energy pumping alternative

The crisis in the formal energy supply sector is boosting the development of practical farm-scale alternatives.
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Old Japanese technology for a green world

Used on a small household or massive industrial scale, this brilliant solution has the potential to make a real difference.
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A nifty, go-anywhere kettle

Sensibly designed and well-made, this kettle can be used in the bush or a suburban kitchen.
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A safe, fireproof thatch roof

This fireproofing process is carried out by a CSIR-certified operator and a certificate is issued.
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Neatsfoot oil - preserving leather

A traditional leather preservative with proven merit.
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The ready-to-occupy barn owl house

Natural rodent control is now made easier thanks to this ready-made nest.
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A logbook as you drive

Easy does it – automatically and electronically.
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Clean those crates – properly!

A new scientifically formulated crate/case washing product.
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This week's poll
Do you think there is a future for smallscale farming in SA?
Yes, smallscale farmers contribute to global food production.
No, economies of scale are vital for successful farming.
There is a place for both smallscale and commercial farming in SA.
Last week's poll
Minister Nkwinti's proposal to landowners to give 50% of their farms to farmworkers is...
Ridiculous, this will not resolve land issues. (13.68%)
Will benefit land reform. (41.84%)
Will threaten food security. (39.21%)
Mathematically impossible. (5.26%)
Will benefit land reform. (41.84 %) Ridiculous, this will not resolve land issues. (13.68 %) Mathematically impossible. (5.26 %) Will threaten food security. (39.21 %) Will benefit land reform. (41.84 %) Ridiculous, this will not resolve land issues. (13.68 %) Mathematically impossible. (5.26 %) Will threaten food security. (39.21 %)
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