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GROWING VEGETABLES – NATURE’S WAY TO WEALTH

WHAT?

No need to rest your garden in winter?

No need for crop rotation?

Your garden virtually looks after itself? 
AND  produces many times more than other growing methods,
PLUS it regenerates itself year after year, all by itself?

No pests  in your vegetable patch?

Virtually no weeds?

No digging your vegetable garden?

Your vegetable patch needs very little water?

Surely not.

Oh! yes, it is true.

The Food4Wealth’s special planting arrangement mimics nature on the same principle as one finds in a forest.

The forest does not plough, nor does it burn.
Where the leaves and branches fall, that is where they lie.

And in the carpet that forms in the forest, aerobic and anaerobic microbes set to work.
Nature has had these things under control for millions of years.
It’s only humans who have made things more complicated.
 

In the same way, ecological vegetable gardening provides interdependent relationships
between the living components.

These relationships mutually benefit the various components,
so the vegetable garden actually runs all by itself.
because the Food4Wealth vegetable plot is a natural ecosystem. 

Regular harvesting maintains the ideal vegetation balance required to run the garden like a natural ecosystem. 

It’s the ultimate win-win situation.  

Harvesting is good for people, but it’s also good for the garden. 

The biggest challenge that faces modern vegetable growing,
is to incorporate –

pest ecology
plant ecology
soil ecology, and
crop management
into a method that is reliable and efficient.

Until now this has never been achieved.
BUT!
The Food4Wealth method naturally combines all of these factors without any effort. 

Most of us don’t have much time to spend in the garden.  Jonathan White only invests around eight hours per year to growing his food, and although he lives on a small farm, he only uses a space of around 6m x 6m.  That’s an area that could fit into many suburban backyards several times over. 

Jonathan’s vegetable garden

The most wonderful thing about this method is that he knows he can ignore his vegetable garden for months and it won’t miss a beat. 

So, if you believe growing food is only for tough, bearded warriors with a lot of time – think again.  

ECOLOGICAL gardening is JUST the thing for YOU.

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ANSWER TO “WHY PLANT USING THE FOOD4WEALTH METHOD?”

Food4Wealth vegetable garden

WHY BUY THE FOOD4WEALTH PRODUCT?

It is the leading gardening information product

Food4Wealth is the leading information product in a new market of DIY’ers, families and retirees seeking to grow their own food.

The motivation for buying the Food4Wealth manual and videos is simple – there is an ever growing concern over

food security,
quality,
and affordability around the world.

Food4Wealth is a simple method explained in a way that any person can easily start growing their own food and take control of their food supply.

ANSWERS TO INCREASED YIELDS
Food4Wealth provides answers for a growing market of gardeners seeking new ways of solving the many problems they face in their gardens. Food4Wealth has helped hundreds of seasoned gardeners increase their yield and reduce their workload with fresh, innovative ideas.

ORGANICALLY GROWN PRODUCE vs ENVIRONMENTAL DEGRADATION

People are creating more demand for organically grown products as commercial agriculture continues to contribute to large-scale environmental degradation.
Food4Wealth is the most environmentally and ecologically positive method of growing organic food.

Jonathan White

ABOUT THE FOOD4WEALTH AUTHOR

Jonathan White, an experienced, professional environmental scientist and gardener. Growing food has been his lifelong passion.

With over 20 years’ experience and personal research, Jonathan has developed a comprehensive package of techniques to allow gardeners to enjoy growing food in their plots with higher yields and less work.

His easy-to-understand style makes Food4Wealth perfect for beginners and advanced gardeners alike.

Childhood
He started his first vegetable garden in his parent’s backyard at the age of seven.
Most of his childhood was spent bare-footed in the Australian bush, where a deep love of the natural environment was born.

University

After finishing school –
he completed a Bachelor of Applied Science in Ecology and Natural Resources,
and later gained qualifications in Horticulture and Landscape Design.

It is little wonder that he has developed a system of growing food that incorporates his two disciplines: horticulture and ecology.

He has written and published
a number of books about in­door plants and interior landscaping and, currently teaches  a range of horticulture, landscape design and environmental science courses with Lifestyle Learning Direct, a well-respected adult education facility. In fact, he wrote their Garden Design and Landscaping Course and has helped hundreds of students graduate in a range of professional courses.

His main aim in life is to help people of all walks of life expe­rience the wonder and joy of living a simple, healthy life.

He lives with his wife and children on a small farm surrounded by a menagerie of animals, and of course, a flourishing Food­4Wealth plot.

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BOOKS BY JONATHAN WHITE

The Ecological Gardener
* Garden Design and Installation
* New gardens and existing garden makeovers
* Specialist in Native and Drought Tolerant Gardens
* General garden maintenance
* Fully Insured and easy to deal with
Qualifications: Degree in Ecology & Natural Resources.

 

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