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How to Grow Your Own Sustainable Organic Greens Right at Home

Want to eat more greens in your smoothies or salads? Fresh, organic greens are a vital part of our diets but, honestly, how many of us are getting enough of them every day? Between the grocery store and the fridge, many of us lack healthy relationships with our greens. But what if we could grow them at home; what if we could grow them sustainably and organically right in the back yard?

"I don't have a green thumb." Farming seems overwhelming but it couldn't be easier. Just add seeds to medium, water according to the plants preference, and watch your victory garden grow.

bed garden with rows of vegetables

"I feel like there is a bunch of tech involved in modern farming." What if you didn't have to be a techie and a green thumb was not required? Would you still be interested in growing your own produce? The FarmPod™ could be perfect for you.

If you are tired of buying expensive, imported, not-so-fresh produce from the grocery store, or you want to give your body the most nutritious option available; if you are concerned with the unseen toxic chemicals on your veggies, or the degradation of nutritional value from grocery store produce, there is an alternative available today, right now, and it puts food security in your hands.

The FarmPod™

LifePod, Inc.'s FarmPod™ is the answer to all of these questions. Total control of healthy organic produce is in your hands. The FarmPod™ does not involve intricate technologies, does not rely on municipal utilities, and can even function as a source of income while providing the healthiest possible greens to you, your family, and your friends.

You Are In Control

The FarmPod's™ closed environment keeps out contaminated runoff from outside water sources, stops crop damage from insects, and requires no pesticides. The time from seed to harvest is greatly accelerated compared to outdoor farming. Generally, within four weeks plants are ready to be harvested and yield is almost 100%. There is no loss of vegetation from pesticides, insects, contaminated water, or weeks of travel time in the back of an 18 wheeler.

Low Tech/No Tech

Smart technology is capable of controlling our home‘s temperature, lighting, security, media, cars, and even pet perimeters using GPS technology. The Internet of Things offers a level of automation that is unprecedented, world changing and requires very low input. As an alternative to traditional agricultural farming, vertical farming is on the precipice of sweeping the nation with highly automated, state-of-the-art, strategically located indoor farms that can bear high quality, high yield organic produce while still being almost comically easy to operate. The geographic locations of these vertical farms also enable produce to go from farms to tables within one day.

a corridor view of rows of vertical growing beds lit by LEDs