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There is a potential to make a bussiness of installing gardens for people who want fresh home grown vegetables but do not have the time or the confidence to install a garden.
Originally posted by eradown
reply to post by jackinthebox
There is a potential to make a business of installing gardens for people who want fresh home grown vegetables but do not have the time or the confidence to install a garden. People are realizing that the food sold in the stores is garbage. Even the lable organic may not mean much. The only real way to be certain of the quality of food is to plant a garden. Although you do not have a yard ,there may be a community garden club which you can join which will allow you to help plant vegetables and even partake of the harvest.
You are correct there is a business ready be tapped into by many millions of individuals. I have sold in the past a product I so named back in 1987 called Space Gardens and you could grow organically grown food on your apartment or home patio, deck, outside with sunlight or inside with a grow light. It stands 4 ft. tall and the base is 2 ft. square with 4 rollers on the bottom to move it wherever you wish. There are secrets inside the Space Garden to make vegetables grow twice as fast. I used the richest growing medium in the world that is found in one place on the planet and I have since found a backup that is almost as good in North America plus a natural product from an ancient seabed that is mined in one place on this Great Planet Earth.
You could grow in and on the outside of the Space Garden angled shelves equivalent to 100 square feet of garden space in 2 ft. square and 4 ft. tall. I will look to see if I still have the plans of the pyramid shaped Space Garden. The reason I picked the name Space Garden was because it was futuristic Space Age gardening in a limited space. Rik Riley
Originally posted by resistor
reply to post by rikriley
Sounds very cool. Do tell! If everyone grows what they can, the war on food can be easily defeated.