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Greetings from Oklahoma,
My Name is Scott but most people call me either Red or "The Tomato Guy". Grew my first garden completely by myself at age 8 and have been interested in Agriculture ever since. Recently I have been working on a project of my own design and development that could (if it works out) revolutionise agriculture worldwide. Basically it is a permaculture method I developed myself that is so flexible even the big agrobiz guys can use it if they wish, while still being quite usable for the backyard gardener. Since it uses biomimicry at it's core, it has the potential to produce as much or more food on any given field, while healing the land instead of deteriorating it. 1st year I did 1/10th an acre. This year 1 acre. I will continue to expand it till I reach at least 1 section or more. Early results are very encouraging, but I have no doubt that there will be bugs to work out of the system.

“Negative results are just what I want. They’re just as valuable to me as positive results. I can never find the thing that does the job best until I find the ones that don’t.”
― Thomas A. Edison
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