Fertilizers are like Drugs!

How often have you heard that eggshells, banana peels, and tea leaves make excellent garden fertilizers? Let’s take a step back and analyze this line of thought. First, it is true that natural components decay and release nutrients available to the soil to stimulate microbial growth; as a result, plants can access those biological nutrients to sustain themselves.

However, we fail to realize that the decaying process creates a whole host of ecological problems. One of the reasons we don’t eat decayed food is that it generates a whole host of toxins. Food decays and generates toxins. These toxins are released into the environment where your plants are trying to develop. It’s almost like someone putting garbage on the floor that you are trying to clean up.

Secondly, most of the scraps in our food products contain synthetic chemicals that are grown into the food matrix. These chemicals are released in your garden. Every decaying process has its own unique host of bacteria and fungus. Your soil has to work overtime to break down these constituents and, at the same time, provide nutrients for your plants. Wow! That’s much work.

Synthetic fertilizers do not require help from the soil. It is almost like hydroponics, where the soil is disabled, and plants take up nutrients intravenously. Synthetic fertilizers create tremendous cellular growth but lack soil bioactivity. The result is good-looking food with little nutrition.

Torpedopot™ accelerates natural decomposition causing full access to nutrients. This process drives maximum bioavailability. Torpedopot gives you control over your plant’s natural environment, thus enhancing your plants’ flavor, color, texture, height, density, fullness, and much more. As a result, your plants will live longer and experience their full lifecycle. Your plants will provide continual beauty, nutritionally dense, high-quality food for your family. Torpedopot™ uses the microbes in the soil to grow your food. We produce high-quality, unadulterated food because we grow it in a Sustainable Biotic Environment (SBE).

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