Collaboration with Kent Science Park in Ghana

The Good Gardeners were invited to visit the Kent Science Park as an introduction to their hi-tech seed germination laboratory construction project.

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Project Mission

We subsequently delivered our equipment to the Kent Science Park where they exhibited it along with their other Eco-friendly food production technologies. They then exhibited at the London Trade fair in The Barbican Centre where the GGI technology was introduced to Joanna Lumley who is the main sponsor for the Gurkha Trust in India.

New Site In Ghana

Over the Christmas period 2018, the GGI has been invited to attend their new 300-acre project in Ghana where they have already established 50 pollytunnels and their Hi-Tech seed germination laboratories. The problem is the SOIL and this is where the Good Gardeners can come in.

The project director and mastermind behind this venture is Alex Costello and he is of the opinion that GGI have a second to none soil remediation technology and they wish to employ it in conjunction with their commercial food growing programmes.

The budget for this collaboration is under construction.

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