Going Green Foods – Everything You Need To Know To Get Started With Helping The Earth And Going Green With Food – Includes Sales Material + Private Label Rights

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Attention: What Is The First Essential Step For Going Green With Food?

“Get Everything You Need To Know To Get Started With Helping The Earth And Going Green With Food!”

This Book Is One Of The Most Valuable Resources In The World When It Comes To Everything You Need To Know About Green Agriculture!

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Dear Friend,

Is the fact that you would like to learn how to be more conscious with food and help out Mother Earth but just don’t know how to get started making you feel really bad… maybe you have even thought about just giving up?

Does it seem like you’ve tried everything in your power to learn how to go green when it comes to food, and no matter how hard you try and despite your commitment to the issue, you’re still plagued with:

• Not knowing what is needed to get started
• Not understanding what sustainable agriculture is
• Not knowing the difference between natural and organic foods

If this describes you, you have definitely come to the right place today…

Organic agricultural techniques blend scientific knowledge of environmental science and modern technology with traditional agricultural practices based on naturally happening biological processes. Organic agricultural techniques are examined in the field of aggro ecology. Although conventional agriculture utilises synthetic pesticides and water-soluble synthetically purified fertilisers, organic farmers are limited by regulations to utilising natural pesticides and plant food.

Unless You Wish To Continue To Fail And Not Reach Your Goal Of Learning About Eating Green You Need To Pay Attention Here!

This is one area you must pay attention to if you truly want to succeed…

Of course you want to succeed…

Regrettably, your tasty burger and perfectly salted fries might be part of a bigger and much bigger damaging effect on the environment.

Here’s how the industrial food creation procedure harms Mother Earth:

Water supply pollution: if agricultural chemicals, hormones, pesticides and plant foods soak up into the water table, fish perish and the drinking water gets dirty, among additional issues.

Air pollution: if farm animals are confined, as they are with industrial meat products, harmful gases like sulphur dioxide, CO2 and ammonia are discharged into the air.

And these rae just a couple of issues…

Your head may be spinning right about now!

Make no mistake about it…

“The Costs of NOT Understanding What All Of This Means Could Spell Your Failure For Your Goal!”

The chief techniques of organic agricultural include crop rotation, green manures and compost, biologic pest control, and mechanical cultivation. These measures utilise the natural surroundings to enhance agricultural productivity: legumes are set to fix nitrogen into the soil, natural insect predators are promoted, crops are rotated to deter pests and regenerate soil, and innate materials like potassium bicarbonate and mulches are utilised to check disease and weeds. Sturdier plants are generated through plant breeding instead of genetic engineering.

Your lack of knowledge may not be your fault, but that doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t — or can’t — do anything to CHANGE it!

The costs of continuing to not get this knowledge are just too steep…

I mean, think about all of the money you’re wasting because of how this lack of knowledge costs you money purchasing the wrong things… the cost to the Earth is as well is a concern…

So feel fortunate today — as we’re going to help you STOP wringing your hands in frustration, and learn how you can quickly and easily get a better understanding about green agriculture under control… for GOOD!.

“This Book Below Will Show You Exactly What You Need To Do To Go Green With Food!”

As a person just like you who has struggled with even knowing where to start with green food, I have searched high and low to find the best strategies to accomplish my goal and I am fully qualified and equipped to help you get there too!

Are you ready?

“Introducing…

Going Green Foods!”

Everything You Need To Know About Green Agriculture

Table Of Contents

Foreword

Chapter 1: Introduction

Chapter 2: What Does Going Green With Food Mean

Chapter 3: What Is Sustainable Agriculture

Chapter 4: What Is Organic Agriculture

Chapter 5: The Difference Between “Natural” Foods And “Organic” Foods

Chapter 6: The Benefits Of Growing Your Own Food

Chapter 7: Planning An Environmentally Friendly Garden

Chapter 8: Finding “Green” Farmers In Your Area

Chapter 9: Final Tips

Wrapping Up

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Foreword

Organic agricultural techniques blend scientific knowledge of environmental science and modern technology with traditional agricultural practices based on naturally happening biological processes. Organic agricultural techniques are examined in the field of aggro ecology. Although conventional agriculture utilises synthetic pesticides and water-soluble synthetically purified fertilisers, organic farmers are limited by regulations to utilising natural pesticides and plant food.

Chapter 1: Introduction

Synopsis

The chief techniques of organic agricultural include crop rotation, green manures and compost, biologic pest control, and mechanical cultivation. These measures utilise the natural surroundings to enhance agricultural productivity: legumes are set to fix nitrogen into the soil, natural insect predators are promoted, crops are rotated to confound pests and regenerate soil, and innate materials like potassium bicarbonate and mulches are utilised to check disease and weeds. Sturdier plants are generated through plant breeding instead of genetic engineering. The Basics

Although organic is basically different from conventional because of the utilisation of carbon based fertilisers compared with extremely soluble synthetic based fertilisers and biologic pest control rather than synthetic pesticides, organic agricultural and large-scale established agricultural are not totally mutually exclusive. A lot of the techniques formulated for organic agriculture have been adopted by more established agriculture. For instance, Integrated Pest Management is a many-sided technique that utilises assorted organic techniques of pest control whenever conceivable; however in conventional agricultural might include synthetic pesticides only as a last resort.

Crop diverseness is a distinctive feature of organic agricultural. Conventional agricultural centres on mass production of one crop in one place, a practice named mono-culture. The science of aggro ecology has disclosed the advantages of poly culture (multiple crops in the same place), which is frequently employed in organic agricultural. Planting a assortment of veggie crops backs up a broader range of advantageous insects, soil microorganisms, and additional factors that add up to total farm health.

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– Ebook (PDF,DOC), 36 Pages
– Sales Page (HTML)
– Ecovers (PNG)
– Year Released/Circulated: 2018
– File Size: 6,690 KB

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