If you are one of many people who wonder how they are going to handle higher food prices the answer is the Food4Wealth gardening system. It is also the solution for those who are concerned about consuming pesticides and who worry about E. coli-contaminated produce. As the cost of food increases, and with many of us having to tighten our belts, the idea of growing one’s own food becomes more enticing with each trip to the grocery store. However, many of us have no gardening experience at all, and those of us who do, have mixed reaction to making the return to growing their own fruits and vegetables.
It isn’t just about saving money or having safer fruits and vegetables that makes growing one’s own food appealing. Fresh homegrown produce tastes better than store bought. Fruits and vegetables varieties in the store are chosen for their looks and their ability to withstand repeated handling and time-consuming transportation. In the home garden, varieties can be grown that would not be suitable for transportation yet are tastier. Additionally, mass produced fruits and vegetables are often picked before reaching the point of optimum flavor. Homegrown fruits and vegetables, however, can be grown pesticide free and be harvested at the peak of their flavor.
The problem is that the growing your own organic food is kind of hard and time-consuming activity. We’ve spent huge amount of time in search for the perfect method of organic gardening, which could help us to reduce the workload and at the same time increase the productivity of our small garden.
Finally We Found What We Needed
We finally found someone who is not just a regular gardener but a scientist who invented the revolutionary organic gardening technique…his name is Jonathan White, and here is his method:
Food4wealth Organic Gardening
The Food4Wealth program provides an easy to follow method for those who wish to cut out the middle man and save money. Most people who have tried their hand at gardening have experience with one of two types of gardens. The type one garden is beautiful, with neat straight rows. Between the rows of corn, beans etc ample space is allowed so that someone with a hoe and/or tiller can conduct weed control. That type of garden is beautiful but work intensive and extremely time-consuming. The second type of garden is easy to maintain, but not very nice to look at, and less productive than the first. This type of garden has wide rows of vegetables, which are full of weeds because the work required to keep it weed free has not been done.
Not many gardeners aware that the third type of garden is possible; this garden type requires little upkeep, is lush and beautiful to look at and produces food in abundance. Imagine a garden where instead of a few edible plants and many weeds you have a garden stuffed full of food plants with only a few weeds. The weeds try desperately to find a little sunshine as the healthy garden plants crowd them out. In effect, the plants that provide you with foods grow like weeds! This may sound fantastic, but it is true, – we checked it on our own backyard. This third type of garden is the one produced by following the gardening philosophy of Jonathan White and his Food4Wealth method.
If you are interested in organic gardening, we recommend you to check out Jonathan White’s system and implement it in your garden. You will definitely improve your financial situation and your healthy food ration.