Strengthening Sustainability Through Technology

We have been working with growers around the world over the last few years to bring our technology to the world of agriculture. The goal is to make natural and organic growing easier and more profitable for the grower, so that mankind can enjoy healthier food and environment.

In our travels, we have met many other companies and groups who have developed their own technology to assist growers in the same mission. Rather than competing with these alternate approaches, we seek to partner with them. By combining our relative strengths, we will be able to improve agriculture even more.

         Image by Campbell Scientific

Many people are interested in sustainability -the avoidance of the depletion of natural resources in order to maintain an ecological balance- so that we can continue to grow naturally and protect our environment for generations to come.

While some technologies can work against the goals of sustainability, others such as ours actually work to make agriculture more sustainable. By stimulating nutrient and water absorption in plants with electromagnetic frequencies, we can help a farmer or gardener use less pesticides, fertilizer and water to grow their crops. This helps reduce the harmful impact of agriculture on the environment.

Other technologies focus on enhancing microbes, rebuilding soil and making irrigation systems more efficient.

 

Francesco Arlia with Miracle for PlantsWe are looking to partner with other like-minded companies that have or know about emerging technologies that promote sustainability and profitability in agriculture. If you or someone you know has such a technology, leave a comment below. By working together, we can create a future world where the people of earth can eat healthy, nutritious food and live in a clean, healthy environment.

For more information on our technology, visit www.organicearthtech.com/naturalgardeners

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