For farmers to overcome obstacles in the food industry, they need speed on their side. Especially in an environment where growing technologies are rapidly advancing, and crop mixes are quickly changing. Torpedopot™ has a proven record of success and has established itself as the worlds first Self-Watering, Fully Automated Vertical Gardening System. Our goals are to provide you with the most affordable and reliable modular growing systems in the world.
Torpedopot’s intuitive design allows plants to grow faster, yield more density per square foot than any traditional or hydroponic gardening system available on the market. Initial setup time is less than an hour and even less time is needed throughout the season to manage your vertical garden. Once the system is set up, it is controlled by just turning a knob.
Torpedopot™ patented revolutionary vertical growing technique allows gardeners and large scale farmers to increase their yields more than 500% when compared with traditional farming techniques and hydroponic growing methods. Your role in the setting up your self-watering planter is to add dirt, seeds or seedlings, turn on the knob and walk away. You can now grow thousands of fruits, vegetables, herbs, nuts, and grains all by twisting a knob. Torpedopot™ can grow more than 3.5 million plants inside of 1.33 acres of land.
Torpedopot will yield highly attractive returns for growers. The payback period is less than a year for specific crops. The internal rate of return can range between 40-100% for commonly grown outdoor crops. High profits are driven through a large reduction in variable costs
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Urban agriculture is both a bottom-up and a top-down endeavor: it requires action, organizing and commitment from individuals and community groups, as well as corporate and public backing through supportive policies, appropriate zoning, financial support, and incentives. It was once assumed that urban agriculture was performed mainly by the poor, uneducated, and unemployed men and women in urban squatter areas. However, recent findings show that those involved in urban agriculture comprise a complex mix of socioeconomic groups from various backgrounds. New useful agricultural technologies must be developed to accommodate the complex mix of this new landscape.
The challenge is that over 11.8 percent (15.0 million) of U.S. households were food insecure at some time during 2017. At times during the year, these households were uncertain of having or unable to acquire, enough food to meet the needs of all their household members because they had insufficient money or other resources for food. With the amount of money needed to sustain individuals, expenses such as housing, food, taxes, and healthcare, a nutritionally balanced meal out of reach for the poor.
Torpedopot™ can make more efficient use of household spaces: backyards, patios, walls, rooftops, basements, window- sills, and indoor areas. Torpedopot™ can also accommodate large farming initiatives as well as provide substantial profit incentives for mass food production. No urban programs, policy, or planning can work without an understanding of the stakeholders involved in this complex social economy. Currently, an over- whelming percentage of urban gardens operate in an alternate financial universe: they don’t sustain them- selves with sales, nor do they have to pay employees.
Torpedopot™ believes that each stakeholder in the growing community has the potential to play an integral role in the city's food strategy initiative. Each of the urban agriculture’s components - production, processing, and distribution is linked to a variety of economic benefits. Torpedopot™ is taking a synergistic approach to urban agriculture and wants to collaborate with city agencies and agricultural segments to develop a solution that will substantially increase revenues, provide healthy food to all of its citizens, create jobs and opportunities, boost morale, invigorate local businesses, and create hope.
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