Ecology Temple™ Micro Organism Farm Solutions 

April 5, 2018


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE


Agence RLA MediaCom


CONTACT: 


Robert Lundahl  415.205.3481 Jake Moss  760.815.2255
info@studio-rla.com

 
UGROW Organics and Agence RLA Pre–Launch Ultra High Yield Ecology Temple™ Micro Organism Farm Solutions


Conventional Water Use Not Required

SOLANA BEACH, CA–The future of your food, and your health is here, and it costs a fraction of what you pay today. Vegetable forward diets are a healthy trend and people are appreciative of Paleo, Vegan, and raw foods. A trip to a high-end market can be expensive, while new solutions create abundance and accessibility. 


When we buy lunch, order a sandwich, admire the salad greens, we don’t often think what we can’t see may be unhealthy for us. Organic food production media including soil and hydro are not under examination for contaminants, toxins, or pharma. That’s why UGROW Organics and Agence RLA have joined forces to develop and disseminate solutions for modular closed loop agriculture hubs. The food we eat, the crops we plant and value, including vitamin–dense greens and antioxidant super–foods, along with cannabis (CBD medicine), guarantee the quality of our lives. 


One of the most productive food growing regions, and the sixth largest economy in the world, California’s water is scarce, and not of uniform quality; it is expensive, and what’s in the water is questionable, even in an organic food production environment.  


Our focus is to provide sustainable solutions for healthy living. These systems do not rely on petrochemical or animal products, which can produce anaerobic bacteria and E. coli.  


California’s water travels a long way. 25% of San Diego’s water comes from Bay/Delta to the North, and 75% from the Colorado River to the East. Giant pumps require massive power systems that are inefficient in the extreme.  San Diego is at the end of the line, where concentrated metals, fluoride, hard to remove chloramines, birth control, anti–depressants, heavy metals, and agricultural chemical inputs, reside in our cup of tea, cool glass of water, coffee mug, shower, and vegetable garden–if we use water from the tap, or the spigot. Resident compounds and unwanted elements of all kinds are in concentrations as high as 550 parts per million in San Diego, 230 parts per million in Los Angeles, and 27-30 parts per million in San Francisco, where water flows downhill from the relatively pristine Hetch Hetchy reservoir near Yosemite. 


The better choice for agriculture means controlling local water quality for production for restaurants, medicinal products, grapes, and berries.  Grapes are a perennial vine. Periods of dormancy and productivity can continue for hundreds of years. Cannabis, greens, tomatoes, and vegetables are annual crops. Their vegetative and fruiting cycles are short lived. Vegetative and fruiting cycles deplete the soil, with the plant requiring increased soil care and nutrients. Otherwise root disease and nematodes take hold. We use a non–soil growing substrate that holds and concentrates beneficial microbes. 


This presents an opportunity for waste stream management and repurposing organic material into plant food. Taking something with negative value and turning it into an asset, one output becomes an input for another system. That’s how nature works, we’re speeding it up. RO filtration and condensate capture ensure clean water inputs. 


Typically, toxins are transported via PVC (polyvinyl chloride) irrigation pipes. PVC leaches Bisphenol F (BPF; 4,4'-dihydroxydiphenylmethane), absorbed by plants, and likely not what you want in your micro greens. 


We offer consumers support with new standards and practices, particularly in regard to emerging markets for Cannabis and CBD. 


Advanced composting products from UGROW and Agence RLA address the problem. 
Ecology Temple Solutions are non site–specific grow pods, modular, replicable, and distributable: 

1.    Ultra small footprint, high yield, rapid grow applications, requiring minimal/smallest possible, even no conventional water use, with minimal evaporation. Systems are solar powered, with maximum benefits derived from clean waste stream inputs, such as organic materials, clean paper, and field scraps, preventing nutrient loss from flooding in conventional ag systems, while maintaining a full spectrum of minerals for human consumption.


2.    Benefits are high nitrogen counts, and full spectrum trace elements sourced from green manure, weeds, hay, straw, legumes, and shavings in a controlled pH media environment.


3.    Relying on concentrating nutrients, in the form of advanced composting or solar aerobic aquaculture systems that sequester or sink carbon through decomposing organic material, delivering carbon to feeder roots. Composting is the highest means of carbon sequestration; it is good for the environment, and good for human beings.


4.    Meeting the Requirements of Applications including:

Restaurants/Rooftop
Cannabis grow ops (highest yield)
Commercial ag/berries
Rooftop applications
Large scale greenhouse producers
Small space domestic/urban vertical space applications
 

5.     Systems delivering comparative reductions in:


Carbon pollution
Ocean Eutrophication, (high level of carbon dissolves/reduces oxygenation in near ocean and close waterway locations). 
Chemical inputs to ocean and waterway environments, which may cause algae blooms. reducing oxygen/choking aquatic life
Health impacts to humans
Danger to rivers/waterway ecosystems
Nutrient depletion in soil
Fresh water loss
Costs (savings) from zero chemical amendment usage
Maintenance expenditures, no "pay to take away" 
Reduce trash/utility costs addressing a global problem
Long term expenditures, creating a profoundly positive utility
UGROW/Agence RLA Plans and Products: 
Consult/setup
Monthly maintenance
Systems design
Systems integration with living compound, existing farm systems
R/D commercial
For more information, investment opportunities, collaborations/partnership, and application for “Board Level” participation, contact the principals as above. 


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Robert Lundahl