I am working to build a research center and factory. Essentially a greenhouse and bottling plant.
I have sourced standard and custom equipment around the US for a greenhouse lab and bottling micro-plant capable of producing about 4 million units a year to start with, as well as bring in soil scientists capable of running nutritive agricultural trials on the original prototypes.
Where it all started from was I had been in June developing a protein test in the vein precision agriculture so as to better improve the pay scale of farmers.
It first didn't work; I had bad science, then in September I switched to a digestive paradigm and discovered that while it was working, the gaseous inference material was not clear enough just yet, and that the side effect was a super-enriched mulch that speeds plant growth.
The versatile manure was born.
The effect on the world will be ample, particularly in new waves of food with even the current rate of performance. But faster yet is very likely possible and reported in anecdote by beta-testers.
Risks and challenges
Fertilizer companies and other competition harming the process. I have developed a hybrid public/private method of working that seems to do a good job of staving off competition with patents and obvious prior art through direct publication of important findings publicly while keeping nuances private. I keep a competitive edge over very large companies by doing this method, as they are unable to use the developments publicized and the private findings are too small to matter.Learn about accountability on Kickstarter
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