Food Crisis. These two words are stating to cause alarm in many parts of the world. No longer is the term food crisis reserved for only the under developed nations of the world. Food crisis is now a phrase heard in more now in the developed countries of Europe and even more surprisingly; the United States.
Food control starts with the seeds from which our food grows; with companies like Monsanto genetically modifying and forever altering heirloom seed varieties. Large agricultural companies are gobbling up small farms on the cheap at an alarming rate, destroying the family farm and local agriculture in communites around the world. As more small farms disappear, the farmers that are left can barely make a living. The corporate farm is beginning to control biodiversity, land, and water. Corporations want control over how food is grown, processed, and distributed, which unfortunately is having the effect of destroying the Earth’s ecological processes, our farmers, our health, and our freedoms.
Food technology development is the key to solving the world's hunger and starvation problems. In the past, the introduction of the new food technology that was part of the “green revolution” of the 1960’s saw a three fold increase in food production after just a few short years. The next generation of food technology products could do the same thing today.
Miracle Pots grow more food per acre than any of the farming methods in use today. In most industrialized countries, field sown vegetable farms earn between $1,000 and $3,000 per acre before labor, irrigation, seed, fertilizer and spraying costs. If farmers wish to earn reasonable profits they must have many acres under production, which typically forces small farmers out of the market because they simply can't compete. The implementation of Miracle Pots technology significantly lowers costs while dramatically increases production making small farming operations both competitive and profitable.