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The End of the World as We Know It is No Match for This Special Farm

Would you like to guarantee you and your family have fresh, safe produce even when SHTF? 

Imagine not having enough food to survive the end of the world as we know it.  

You’d make it through the doomsday event just to watch your family die from hunger and malnutrition. 

Stocking up on food is one approach, but cultivating your own crops is the best long-term solution. 

And let’s be honest how long are you going to actually be able to eat MREs without going insane? 

But even in the best of times, traditional farming has an uncertain future.  

Pests and weather wreak havoc on the crops of unsuspecting farmers, and there’s nothing they can really do to prevent it. 

Pest infestations can wipe out an entire farm worth of crops, destroying food meant for hundreds of people.  

Even if the pests that arrive in your garden don’t directly eat or harm crops, they will spread viral bacteria and diseases.  

These diseases spread quickly and are just as deadly as a pandemic.  

While there are chemicals that help treat these infestations, you can’t prevent them.  

Plus, the chemicals used to treat them come directly from companies like Monsanto which produce products like weedkiller “Roundup” which has been linked directly to cancer.  

Pesticides get stored in your colon, slowly poisoning your body.  

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And it’s not just cancer!

Pesticides have also been linked to disease’s like Alzheimer’s and other neurological diseases. 

Imagine watching yourself or your loved ones withering away from a preventable disease that came from what you thought was safe food.  

Beyond diseases, from pests or pesticides, Doomsday could result in extreme winters and summers, making it even harder to sustain a food garden!  

These conditions are far from ideal when it comes to cultivating crops, as all plants require specific temperature and climate conditions to grow. 

Plus, these ideal growing conditions are typically in the moderate range of temperature and humidity.  

Too much to either side of the spectrum of temperature and humidity is detrimental to plant growth.  

Additionally, the end of the world could bring dangerous weather, such as hurricanes, floods, fires, and earthquakes, more frequently. 

Parts of the US could even be underwater in the not so distant future!  

No one really knows what the future will bring, so it’s possible that when SHTF our land won’t be able to sustain plant life anymore.  

We might not be able to cultivate plants the way we have for millennia nor will we be able to forage for food.  

There’s no way to know.  

Even if we stock up on canned and dry foods, there’s no replacement for crisp, fresh greens.  

In fact, fruits and vegetables are vital to staying healthy.  

They’re packed with vitamins, minerals, fiber, and disease-fighting compounds, which reduces your risk of heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, and even some cancers!  

You don’t want to make it through the apocalypse only to end up malnourished or with an old-timey disease like Scurvy because you didn’t have access to fresh greens and other vegetables.  

When you survive the worst, you’ll still need to ensure you’re healthy enough to live a long life.   

And make sure that your family can live a long healthy life as well!  

Backyard gardens could work, but you’ll need quite a bit of space to produce enough food.  

Not to mention soil erosion, pests, and weather.  

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All of this begs the questions: 

How will you survive during long winters or extremely hot summers?  

How will you protect your crops from pest invasions?  

And after years of growing on the same plot of land, what’s the plan for replenishing the nutrients in the soil? 

What would you think if I told you I knew of an amazing food farm that’s resilient to extreme weather, is protected from pests, and can grow healthy, fresh produce even without the use of soil?  

It sounds too good to be true, but it’s very real. 

This discrete farm not only produces enough food to feed your family, but it’s also small enough to fit in your backyard.  

One of these farms takes up only 320 square feet and produces up to 400 pounds of fresh greens each month. 

To break it down further, one of these farms yields some crops 28 times as much as traditional field farming.  

That’s plenty of food to feed you and your family, especially if you plan to combine it with other stockpiled goods.  

You’ll probably even have enough left over to help your neighbors because we all know preppers are the BEST neighbors.  

Plus, this farm solution is incredibly sustainable, with the ability to collect and reuse water for plant growth.  

In fact, it only uses 5 gallons of water each day!  

That’s less water than you use flushing the toilet every day

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The farm even grows produce all year long, regardless of weather conditions.  

It turns typically seasonal crops, like leaf lettuce, into ever-growing plants, so you’ll never run out of fresh produce.  

Whatever the outdoor temperature is, rain or sunshine, this farm keeps plants flourishing.  

Plus, you won’t even have to use any harmful chemicals, like pesticides or herbicides.  

This survival farm is self-contained, insulated, and sealed off against the outdoors, preventing any weeds from entering the premises and lowering the risk of pests immensely.  

To top it off, with the use of solar panels, it’s compatible with off-the-grid living, so there’s no need to worry about the effects an EMP will have on our power generators.  

In sum, this off-the-grid, sustainable, discrete food farm is every survivalist’s dream.  

To find out how it works, visit our website puregreensaz.com or call 602-753-3469.