The economy is recovering from its recent fall due to the financial crisis. Employment rates are also increasing. Nonetheless, it cannot be denied that many people are still left wishing for their ability to be self-sufficient. Growing concerns over the increasing cost of basic commodities like food is the foremost agenda of any discussion today, as food is something that you cannot live without, because nutrition is imperatively and consistently, needed by the human body to function normally. This scenario is perfect for the introduction of Food4wealth, an e-book that tells readers everything about growing organic food in their own background.
The timing of this e-book has apparently been like clockwork. In fact, in these difficult times for the common man, it is one of the best books to be available in the market. It enlightens a person about what he can do to have an annual savings of at least $5000 in food costs itself. Additionally, with the markets flooded with genetically modified food and crops, this e-book also initiates bringing about a relief to this predicament, by encouraging organic food to be brought on the table. The Food4Wealth package is extremely desirable because aside from getting the 80-page e-book that contains extensive explanations about the natural ecology and its role in an organic garden; you also receive a 60-minute video that details the steps in building a vegetable garden that will make you self-sufficient. This guide is an attention grabber and it would be worthwhile for a reader to dissect the contents of this package elaborately.
The methodology suggested in the book is authored by a scientist who grows organic food himself and hence, almost every detail about the needs of an organic garden and about building up this mini ecosystem in your background can be found incorporated. In contrast to other books about gardening, Food4Wealth doesn’t talk about the work that you need to do, towards simply reaping a good harvest irrespective of the repercussions; but instead, talks about how to allow your garden to grow and flourish on its own, while you only prepare the optimum environment for the growth of your crops.
Food4Wealth is noteworthy in the sense that it introduces new concepts about gardening, and to a certain extent, even in conflict with traditional methods that have been prevalent for years in the field of gardening. For instance, this book suggests the gardener, not to cultivate the soil, leave it alone and let nature take its course, which is totally in contrast to the prevalent practices of thorough cultivation prior sowing of seeds. Managing pests, which is another crucial issue in every garden, is also addressed upon, by this e-book.
Steps are communicated through clear, understandable and simple language that facilitates a prompt learning process. The 60-minute video that accompanies the e-book is also a great bonus and the enthusiasm that is conveyed through the video is delightful and convincing. However, the varying volume during talks and jingles in the video, can reach annoying levels and you would frequently need to adjust the volume as per your comfort.