Food4Wealth 2015 Spring Review: Two-Green-Thumbs-Up On Organic Gardening

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Technically, it’s almost spring.  In my part of the world there is still snow on the ground; nonetheless, the days are getting longer and our grass is peaking out from beneath crusty layers of  snow.  There is hope we will not endure more 40-below temperatures.

It’s clearly wishful thinking, but I have my organic seeds sitting close to the back patio door, and I’m waiting a few more weeks until I start my seedlings.  I realize that in some parts of the world, people are farther ahead than I.  Regardless, we will get to the point where the sun melts all the snow and we can safely walk out to our compost and start getting the ground ready to plant.

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Food4Wealth is going to be our organic garden companion this summer.  We have a plot measured out, and are ready to start organizing the supplies we need to grow a passel full of healthy vegetables despite our relatively short growing season.

And, blessedly, the supplies are minimal: a patch of sectioned ground, a bunch of newspaper, compost, hay, and seeds. I even have my husband fully on board.  He’s been diligently reviewing the Food4Wealth program with much excitement.

It’s easy to get the kids on board.  They adore fresh produce—carrots, radishes, cucumbers and watermelon.  And dirt.  What kid doesn’t like dirt?

What makes Food4Wealth unique? In a word, simplicity.  Because the focus is on organic produce, a plan for minimizing and eliminating pests and weeds is at Food4Wealth’s core.  Additionally, the method is soundly ecological, so the vegetable garden is constructed differently that one built from rows.  It’s easy to plant, monitor and maintain.

If I had to be outside weeding a vegetable garden every few days I’d give up.  In fact, that’s what I’ve done in the past.  While I’ve almost always planted a garden with much gusto and great spring intentions, by end of July I am absolutely sick of those intrusive weeds and I’m ready to till the whole thing under.

What else makes Food4Wealth unique?  The reviews.  People are raving about this method.  And, there have been thousands of customers happily growing veg with glee.  Customers are getting results with home-grown, organic produce to nourish themselves and their families.  Both beginners and knowledgeable gardeners give this product and its result two-green-thumbs-up.

Click here to learn the health benefits of organic gardening.

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The Food4Wealth plan provides a step-by-step instruction manual.  Not only are the instructions clear, the ebook offers illustrations that make it easy to follow.  In addition, you receive an audiobook so you can listen wherever you are—even in the garden.

The video tutorials are a wonderful addition, especially for the novice gardener.  And to be honest, since most people do not use this ecological gardening method,  the tutorials provide visuals to those veteran gardeners as well.

For stress-free garden creation, you receive an easy to follow sequential project plan that outlines what to do and how to do it.  You also receive support around maintenance and next year’s storing of seeds and planting preparation.

 Limits

The Food4Wealth process, while boasting time-limited preparation (around 8 hours), still requires some organization and work.  Additionally, this preparation requires home-grown compost. Without your own compost, you’ll have to find some for your usage, which may take some ingenuity and/or money.

Final Word… 

Food4Wealth is an inexpensive program, based on sound ecological methods that produce health-filled veggies regardless of where you live.

In a world of genetically modified vegetables and fruit, pesticides and other chemicals, it is a wonderful option to be able to develop self-sufficient practices where food is concerned.

Click here now to learn the Food4Wealth method of sustainably growing your own organic vegetables.

For additional information, check this out on Youtube: http://youtu.be/ibx7p2iR1TA

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Jonathon White, producer of Food4Wealth.

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