Plants Grow Better in a Torpedopot
The number one reason plants die is a lack of watering. Most people have busy schedules and forget to water their plants. In a rush, they indiscriminately pour water into the planter. If the potting soil gets excessively dry, water will pass through it. It is like drinking a cup of water with a hole in it. It is easy to assume that the water applied to the plant is taken up by the plant. Water absorption into the plant’s root system takes time.
Torpedopot is a serious game-changer. Plants grow because Torpedopot saturates the plant’s root system while retaining approximate percentages of the water that passes through. Water does not grow plants, but the biotic canopy does. Torpedopot creates a canopy of moisture where living organisms can thrive. We call the growing process a “Sustainable Biotic Environment” (SBE). Torpedopot creates an environment where vital minerals and nutrients are delivered to different plant areas through its patented releasing mechanisms. The Torpedopot has been designed to help plants live longer and look luscious.
The second agricultural revolution is in our midst. Take a look at the videos. With the earth’s diminishing capacity to grow food because of desertification, wind and water erosion, natural farming resources disappearing due to global warming, populations and urbanization rates skyrocketing, and consumer preferences shifting towards organically grown and locally sourced foods, an immense opportunity exists to capitalize on emerging growing technologies. Torpedopot™ is in the business of eliminating food deserts, feeding the world, and empowering its people toward self-sufficiency.
Sustainable food strategies generate new sources of revenue, full employment, agricultural independence, and food security.
Feeding people without giving them the tools to feed themselves is a recipe for disaster. Small-scale agriculture is the developing world’s single most significant source of employment. With the necessary support, it can offer a sustainable and productive alternative to expanding large-scale, capital-intensive, and labor-displacing corporate farming. Many governments are unaware of the informal economy’s contribution, particularly women’s high involvement. Torpedopot’s patented technology can efficiently use household spaces, backyards, patios, walls, rooftops, basements, window- sills, and indoor areas. Don’t let our simplicity fool you! A child can operate our standalone lightweight modular mobile growing systems in an early education elementary science class. When torpedopot are networked together, they are powerful enough to produce millions of pounds of food to feed a city.
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