A crash course in changing the world.
Imagine a world where that weather didn't matter. A world where you can grow tomato's, lettuces, and a wh*** host of other fruits and vegetables, even when its 30 below.
Welcome to Ted Marchildon world. We can be in doors so you can set
this like clock work. It high noon all day every day 24 7. In Teds
world plants aren't affected by drought, cold, or any other plait
affecting the farmer today.
And unlike a greenhouse he docent need day light or much space, Ted call this the future of farming. Everyone is moving into the city's where 50% of the population in
North America is in the city's they figurine that this is going to go
up to 50% so we have stacked up people but we have not stacked up
Plants are grown in these stacked up slow rotating cylinders, using the cylinder mean each plant is bagth in eaquael light. If the plants were laid flat he would have to use
6 times more light. The moving cylinders have a another benefit as
will, plants are trying to right them self's agents gravity, when
ever there not perpendicular to the ground, so if you turn a tomato
plant to its side, a nice pliable weak old tomato plant it will make
a 90% turn back up agents gravity in 15 minutes. And he is the really
cool part, because the plants are contently turning in the cylinder
there always fighting agents gravity, and then constant battle cosess
extra nutrients in stems making bigger strangler faster growing
plants. We have notest as much as a factor of 5 incrice of the
growth of the plants, verses something that is stagnate even with
the same conditions. We did the roman lettess, the packet sad 60 to
75 days and we were done in 15 days.