Grow Your Own Organic Vegetables Without Effort
I was convinced about fresh organic food one weekend when I visited a local ‘Farmers’ Market’ for the very first time. The vegetables were so different from the stuff I usually bought in my local supermarket.
Firstly they were in season, not flown in from somewhere halfway across the world. Secondly they smelled different. They smelled of something! I guess they smelled ‘fresh’. Finally thay tasted so different. They burst with flavour. You know, I forgot how good eggplants and zucchini could taste!
The only drawback was availability and price. You see the farmers’ market only happened on a Sunday, just once a week. There was an organic section in the supermarket but, wow, the prices were so high. I could see buying just organic vegetables as a treat but every day? Forget it, far too much money!
So I started to research how I could grow some vegetables myself. Now I was always led to believe that vegetables growing was very hard work. Also there was so much jargon involved I assumed that only ‘experts’ could do it. The third false assumption I made was that I couldn’t grow enough my small garden to make it worthwhile.
Then I was recommended a vegetables growing step-by-step instruction program by a friend. This program, called Food4Wealth, promised to show me how wrong I was on those three assumptions I had made! Jonathan White, an environmental scientist and horticulturalist, explained how he had developed a simple, low-effort gardening system based on principles he had examined, researched and taught over 20 years.
To quote Jonathan, his method is……
“ based on ecology, and not horticulture. You see, the problem with horticulture is that it is problem-focused. Have you noticed that gardening books are filled with ways to fix problems? People seem to love creating problems where problems don’t need to exist. Well, it doesn’t have to be that way!
In my experience, the study of natural ecosystems reveals everything we need to know about growing food. After all, Mother Nature has been doing it this way for millions for years.
From my own results I can say, with absolute certainty, that this is the way we will be producing food in the future. It’s just commonsense. Why wouldn’t the world want to use a method that produces many times more food with a fraction of the effort? The biggest challenge is convincing traditional gardeners. Like many industries, the gardening industry gets stuck in doing things a certain way. And for many dedicated veterans, it can actually be quite threatening when an embarrassingly simple solution comes “
So I bought his course of a step-by-step manual which comes with 14 short videos and action plans and actually, for once in my life, ‘followed the script’ and I can tell you the results are quite amazing.If I can do this, so can you!
Jonathan suggests that a family can save up to 00 off their grocery bill by following his system and he’s not wrong. But I am getting so much pleasure from producing my own food – which I know is healthy - and that is almost compensation enough.