This was Tochni field when cricket was played there.
This is how Tochni field looks now.
And this is how it might look like if can be made into a growers’ cooperative.
The central grasses section is reserved as an area for recreation, for children to play, to play cricket, as the cricket pitch is still there.
The remaining 8 sections are for hire for agriculture, to grow fruit or vegetables for the family. The field has been pesticide free for years so it can be registered as a bio farm where no pesticides are used.
The well used to irrigate the cricket ground is still in place so water is available for about two hours a day.
Each section is approximately 1000 sq meters. The rent for each section would be 250 euros per year. Access to the water to irrigate your field would be 100 euros per year. That makes a total of 350 euros per year. Any further costs, maintaining the generator and water pump, would be divided among the members of the cooperative.
If this is an idea that interests you, phone or text Richard on 99492998 .