System: 1 MM Lbs. Organic Food on 3 Acres?
http://wakeup-world.com/2011/07/14/how-1-million-pounds-of-organic-food-can-be-produced-on-3-acres/ …and that’s no rutabaga. A debate–see
How 1 MILLION Pounds Of Organic Food Can Be Produced On 3 Acres.
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I came across this video of a man who has figured out a system to grow 1 million pounds of food on 3 acres each and every year. How are they doing this?
- By producing 10,000 fish
- Using 300 to 500 yards of worm compost
- By utilizing vertical space
- Having 3 acres of land in green houses
- Using 1 simple aquaponic pump
- Food is grown all year by using heat from the compost piles
A packed greenhouse produces a crop value of $5 Square Foot! ($200,000/acre).
Can you imagine if places like this started popping up all over the world? It would be one giant step towards self-reliance. Food self-sufficiency is a major step towards being sovereign. If you are not able to start your own garden, consider finding a community garden or hooking up with a small local farm.
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The below video shows “The Urban Farmer” (Will Allen from Growing Power) who’s taken Aquaponics to the extreme, both videos are taken on Will’s farm.
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