Food technology is the key to solving world hunger and starvation with the development of new technology food production products that promote sustainable farming practices and create sustainable communities.
Food technology development is the key to solving world 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.
New Leaf Technologies
New Leaf Technologies is a food technology company that specializes in the development and implementation of high-density food production products for the developing world to promote sustainable farming practices and by doing so create sustainable communities.
Miracle Pots™ row 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. Miracle Pots™ significantly lower costs while dramatically increasing production making small farming operations both competitive and profitable.
For example, growing cucumbers on one acre using 420 Miracle Pots™ will produce an average of 1,000 cucumbers per pot totalling 756,000 peppers per acre. An average wholesale price will earn a gross profit of $12,800 per acre. An average retail price will earn a gross profit of $58,027 per acre.
The chart below shows retail and wholesale profit projections per acre for other types of vegetables.
Peppers, Eggplant and Tomatoes Growing Specifications For One Acre
A one-acre site features 18 food runways separated by 17 natural earthways. A natural earth perimeter surrounds the entire complex. Each runway supports 20 food stations (360 total) capable of growing peppers, eggplant, tomatoes, onions, melons, beans and herbs. An in ground irrigation system can be installed to deliver water to individual stations via vertical risers equally spaced down the center of each concrete slab or plastic weed barrier runway. Natural earthways can be used to grow early harvest, low-height crops such as potatoes or onions, which would be cultivated in a conventional manner. Earthway crop harvesting would occur before harvesting produce from the runways using the earthways for access. End of season disposal of the growing medium from each Miracle Pot™ is simply a process of removing the pot and sweeping the medium into the earthway to be tilled under thereby creating a sustainable soil building system, which can be supported further by crop rotation methods.
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A few of the types of vegetables to plant and grow in a Miracle Pot™.
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