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Little Crop Circles

Developed by New Leaf Technologies, Little Crop Circles™ grow more plants in small spaces.

Little Crop Circles™ For Pots

People can hardly contain themselves. With limited space in cities and little time to take care of a yard garden, people are growing vegetables in pots. People are using all kinds of pots in all kinds of spaces to grow all kinds of vegetables.   

Unfortunately, many people may be disappointed growing vegetables in pots. Only a few plants can be planted, even in the biggest of pots. The problem is water flow. Most pots have drain holes at the bottom to get rid of excess water. Unfortunately, most of the water simply flows out of the pot before plants have a chance to use it. The result is a water-starved plant that will grow a large mass of roots until it becomes root bound. A root bound plant will struggle to grow and produce few fruit at best. This is why you can only plant one or two large plants in a pot. Not really worth the effort when you consider the cost of the garden container, soil and time spent caring for a couple of plants to produce just a handful of vegetables.

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Miracle Pots™ stop root overgrowth by giving them water and air from a raised dome at the center of the pot. The dome also creates a plant growth ring designed to grow more plants.

Little Crop Circles™ For Gardens

Let’s face it! Gardening can be hard work – really hard work. Gardeners can’t wait to start working the ground at the first sign of spring. Early enthusiasm can gradually give way to indifference however, as soon as the garden starts growing more weeds than vegetables. There are all kinds of garden tools and gadgets that can help gardeners weed. A plastic weed barrier is helpful as well, but impractical to place between rows in a garden.

 

Growing Beans In The Garden - Gardening Tip 7 - Growing Beans - Soaking bean seeds overnight will cut the germination time in half

Growing Beets In The Garden - Gardening Tip 2 - Growing Beets - You can increase the number of beet plantings by sloping the soil from the outer edge of the Little Crop Circle™ in all directions

Growing Broccoli In The Garden - Gardening Tip 8 - Growing Broccoli - Cut the stem one inch above the last set of leaves to maximize secondary heading

Growing Carrots In The Garden - Gardening Tip 6 - Growing Carrots - Use a clear glass table chili pepper or cheese shaker to spread carrot seeds over the soil

Growing Corn In The Garden - Gardening Tip 14 - Growing Corn - Shake each cornstalk by hand to pollinate corn plants

 

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Growing Cucumbers In The Garden - Gardening Tip 13 - Growing Cucumbers - Cut small 2 inch holes about two inches from the outside edge of each spillway

Growing Eggplant In The Garden - Gardening Tip 16 - Growing Eggplant - Place a mister on the soil near a group of eggplants and watch them grow

Growing Onions In The Garden - Gardening Tip 14 - Growing Onions - Stop fertilizing in August because continued applications of fertilizer will stop bulb growth

Growing Peas In The Garden - Gardening Tip 13 - Growing Peas - Adding a Nitrogen fixating inoculant will increase the number and size of pea pods

Growing Peppers In The Garden - Gardening Tip 18 - Growing Peppers - Picking off the first peppers and flowers will double production

Growing Tomatoes In The Garden - Gardening Tip 15 - Growing Tomatoes - Use our 6 foot trellis to support tall vine plants like cherry tomatoes

 

People have been gardening in rows for centuries, a method that probably started with an oxen-pulled plow. Before the tractor, it was the only way to till the ground. Gardeners are creatures of habit, so naturally, gardeners would continue to garden in rows even though they use modern gas powered tillers. Of course, weeds grow between the plants and grow in the rows. Weeds between plants hinder growth and must be removed. It wouldn’t be so bad to weed once and while, most gardeners could live with that, but weeding once a week takes the fun out of gardening for most.

Little Crop Circles™ replace garden rows with circular plant growth zones. Just one Little Crop Circle™ replaces a 200 foot row in the garden.

Little Crop Circles™ For Farms

In most industrialized countries, field sown vegetable farms earn between $1,000 and $3,000 per acre before labor, irrigation, seed, fertilizer and spraying costs. If farmers wish to earn reasonable profits they must have many acres under production, which typically forces small farmers out of the market because they simply can't compete.

 

Growing Beans On The Farm - A farm using one acre of Little Crop Circles™ growing beans will produce on average 5,280 bush beans per crop circle and 1,108,800 bush beans per acre

Growing Broccoli On The Farm - A farm using one acre of Little Crop Circles™ growing broccoli will produce on average 110 head broccoli per crop circle and 23,100 head broccoli per acre

Growing Cucumbers On The Farm - A farm using one acre of Little Crop Circles™ growing cucumbers will produce on average 1,260 cucumbers per crop circle and 126,000 cucumbers per acre

Growing Melons On The Farm - A farm using one acre of Little Crop Circles™ growing melons will produce on average 200 melons per crop circle and 200,000 melons per acre

 

 

Growing Peppers On The Farm - A farm using one acre of Little Crop Circles™ growing peppers will produce on average 840 peppers per crop circle and 176,400 peppers per acre

Growing Pumpkins On The Farm - A farm using one acre of Little Crop Circles™ growing pumpkins will produce on average 200 pumpkins per crop circle and 200,000 pumpkins per acre

Growing Squash On The Farm - A farm using one acre of Little Crop Circles™ growing squash will produce on average 280 squash per crop circle and 280,000 squash per acre

Growing Tomatoes On The Farm - A farm using one acre of Little Crop Circles™ growing tomatoes will produce on average 1,440 tomatoes per crop circle and 302,400 tomatoes per acre

Growing Watermelon On The Farm - A farm using one acre of Little Crop Circles™ growing watermelon will produce on average 200 watermelons per crop circle and 200,000 watermelons per acre

 

If we are going to save “the family farm” and support community agriculture, new and innovative farming technologies must be developed. The good news is there has been a “breakthrough” development in food growing technology that will greatly benefit even the smallest farms with the least amount of land: a technology that grows more food in less space.

Little Crop Circles™ grow more plants per square foot than any other technology on the market today. Just one acre of Little Crop Circles™ matches the production of a 10-acre farm "growing" more profits for the small grower.

Little Crop Circles™ For the Developing World 

No longer is the term food crisis reserved for the under-developed nations of the world where millions live in poverty and face starvation every day. Food crisis is now a phrase now heard in the developed countries of Europe and even more surprisingly; the United States. One problem is that as the world population keeps growing, people in poverty struggle to feed themselves using outdated agricultural systems that have outlived their usefulness. These outdated methods just can’t keep up with the demands of a world that grows by more than 250,000 people per day. Another is a changing climate that is threatening once stable agricultural areas of the world with changes not seen before, pushing people into poverty and starvation.

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Food technology development is the key to solving the world's hunger and starvation problems. In the past, the introduction of the new technology that was part of the green revolution of the 1960’s saw a three fold increase in food production after just a few short years. The next generation of technology food production products could do the same thing today. Little Crop Circles™.

Product Highlights

Simple Installation – It takes about a day to prepare the ground, install the Little Crop Circle™ and plant plants.

Lightweight – Eventhough the 3 Crop Circles are 12, 45 and 90 inches across, they weigh less than the box they ship in.

Reusable – Little Crop Circles™ are made from recycled plastic and are reuseable year after year. When your season is done, simply disconnect the nozzle and hose, lift the Little Crop Circle™ off the ground and spray wash. Let it air dry and store until next season.

Pays For Itself - Harvests are extraordinarily large for such a small foot print product. Just one Little Crop Circle™ grows hundreds of tomatoes and peppers or thousands of beans or peas, easily paying for itself in just one season.

Bigger Harvests - A timed, even distribution of water is one of the secrets to bigger harvests. Another are plant growth zones around the perimeter edge of the Little Crop Circle™. Each plant growth zone promoted high density planting creating room for large spreading plant canopies. With room to grow, many more plants can be planted and bigger harvests achieved.

Minimal Weeding – Gardeners only weed the plant growth ring around the Little Crop Circle™. Instead of weeding a 200-foot garden row once a week, gardeners weed the ring once or twice a month.

Automated Watering – Each Little Crop Circle™ includes a Little Irrigator™. Attach a nozzle to the top end. Attach a garden hose to the bottom end.

Targeted Irrigation – The innovative design of the Little Crop Circle™ delivers even amounts of water from the top center to outer perimeter plant growth zones ensuring a plentiful supply of liquid and nutrient to plant roots.

Unique Plant Trellis - No need for separate garden trellises to support different kinds of vegetables. Gardeners only need one trellis to grow tomatoes, beans and peas.

 

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