A Good Gardeners’ farm

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Hidden deep in the hills of the Forest of Dean on the West side of England we have an emerging small demo Eco farm.

Consisting of approx 4 acres some of our members have acquired this exclusive off-grid property right above the river Wye.

There is an existing old railway carriage that we are excavating and renovating into a shepherd’s hut.


Our members work in different areas and some are making and selling HH-4 fertiliser/soil conditioner. Applied HH-4, after one day, to exhausted raised beds on an estate in Malvern. Some of the young plants were found to be seeding already. A sure sign of exhausted soil.

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