Shane and Paul talk about the status of the crowdfunding project and speak to the ways that our Human Powered Hydroponics systems help address the many challenges faced by African farmers.
Here’s the list we spoke to:
1: Change of weather sometimes long drought or sometimes too much rain
2: Pests and disease, and the high prices of pest control mechanisms
3: Low yield in due to poor soils sometimes the fertilizer applied might not be favoring the nature of food crops planted
4: Low prices offered to offer during harvesting season
5: Poor storage
6: Poor packaging of products
7: Pack of market for their products
8: Poor transportation of food crops from farms to markets
9: Lack of support from Government institutions
10: Limited land for farming
Shane and Paul talk about the progress of the crowdfunding project and answer frequently asked questions. The questions included how long the systems will last, why we are doing this humanitarian project, and more.
Shane and Paul talk about the status of the crowdfunding project, and then about the times when it is beneficial to be a warrior and the times when it is best to relax and go with the flow.