Revolutionary New Invention Capable of Ending Hunger and Stopping the Cycle of Poverty
Released on: July 4, 2008, 3:24 am
Press Release Author: Phyllis Davis
Press Release Summary: * EPA claims, ". . . in the U.S., cattle emit about 5.5 million metric tons of methane per year into the atmosphere, accounting for 20% of U.S. methane emissions." Go green. Eat more fish.
Press Release Body: San Diego County, CA, July 2, 2008 -- - Portable FarmsT LLC announces the availability of their new invention, Portable FarmsT which offers an easy way to grow 100 pounds of home-grown fish and 400 heads of lettuce (or other table vegetables) per year in a small 6 foot x 8 foot space. Units can be scaled to feed several families, a small neighborhood, or an entire village. The fish and table vegetables can be eaten or sold locally to stores or restaurants.
For more information: http://www.portablefarms.com
Portable FarmsT offers an easy solution to the rising food prices in this country, and the lack of available food and protein in 3rd World Countries. According to United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization, "12.6 percent of the world population of 6.6 billion people are suffering from Protein-energy malnutrition (PEM). Protein is necessary for key body functions including provision of essential amino acids and development and maintenance of muscles."
Colle Davis, the inventor of Portable FarmsT brings his unique talents and expertise to create a working solution capable of solving the problems of food prices, food shortages and world poverty. He was educated at University of California at Davis in the field of Renewable Natural Resources and has been refining his invention of Portable FarmsT since the early 1970\'s.
Colle Davis is quoted saying, "This is very exciting. I've been perfecting the Portable FarmT for 36 years. It's actually very simple: Water circulates from a water tank filled with fish and a newly patented pump moves water through a settling tank, then the water flows through shallow beds of gravel containing fresh vegetables. This pump keeps the fish tank free of sediments and sends the nutrients to the plants. It's a perfectly efficient system."
A Portable FarmT: * Is affordable and pays for itself * Requires only minimal upkeep (three to five minutes a day) * Requires only minimal space * No soil, no watering, no weeding, no fertilizers or pesticides, no hand feeding fish * Can be Solar Powered and fully automated * Offers a wide variety of choices of table vegetables * Raises Tilapia and catfish (both herbivores - vegetarian fish) which can be raised on a vegetable protein plant (duckweed or algae). Portable FarmsT grows: Lettuce, basil, peppers, sage, parsley, cilantro and most herbs Flowering plants: tomatoes, strawberries, peas, squash, eggplants Colorful flowers Hybrid Tilapia or catfish, or other fish depending on availability and local regulations.
Portable FarmsT LLC is headquartered in Las Vegas, Nevada, with an office and distribution center in San Diego, California. It is a privately-held company and is designated as a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business. They offer a Portable FarmsT Kit that can be assembled and installed upon arrival. Colle Davis is also the CEO, Executive Mentoring and Coaching, Inc. http://mycoach.com
Contact: Phyllis Davis President Portable FarmsT LLC San Diego County, CA 760-295-0698 - PST firstname.lastname@example.org http://portablefarms.com
Web Site: http://portablefarms.com
Contact Details: Contact: Phyllis Davis President Portable FarmsT LLC San Diego County, CA 760-295-0698 - PST email@example.com http://portablefarms.com