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Alert: Why many greenhouses needed now !

From: Deborah R.
Sent on: Saturday, October 8, 2011 5:14 PM
Since in recent years I have been reading in the news about the U.S.A. disasters, including ones that interfere with or prevent food crops from having success, and I have read predictions for more such disasters in the very near future, I have become convinced that there needs to be very many greenhouses for production of food crops.
 
If you do not have enough money to build one or more greenhouses, then considering the importance of having enough foods for the population in the surrounding cities, towns, and communities, I think that banks, if told of how the disasters interfere with and prevent food crops from having success and any possible transportation problems with food deliveries coming from the west side of the Mississippi River to the east side of the Mississippi River, will agree to loan you the money to build one or more greenhouses.
 
Then you would have very much food, not just for your family, but very much food to sell, not just at farmer's markets, but also to grocery stores and restaurants.
 

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