Farming For Humanity Charity has been granted full authority by Humate Technologies to teach the Happy Plant Gardener™ program at no cost to the charity.
This program has been proven to be a superior sustainable agriculture gardening and farming system among all the programs we have studied. It is by far the simplest program for raising locally grown food by school children, amateur gardeners, and professionals: a fool proof way that works every time. It has been tested throughout the world.
The Happy Plant Gardener™ Program will be offered to schools, garden clubs, churches, civic organizations, community gardens, company gardens, etc. throughout the U.S. and other industrialized countries.
The heart of the Happy Plant Gardener™ Program is the concentrated organic humate base, 70+ minerals, slow-release called the Happy Plant® tablet. See research for more information.
Farming For Humanity Foundation is proud to use the organic humate based Happy Plant™ products because of its oustanding performance, it is eco-friendly and easy to use.
The tablet is so easy to use, that it is called the 1-2-3 Progam: 1. Dig a hole 2. drop the tablet next to the seed or plug 3. Cover with soil and water.
FFH also has the ability to customize formulas to address specific defined problems; to continually rebuild the soil and correct these problems, while creating maximum food production within a very eco-friendly approach.
The benefits of having access to, and exclusive right to use, the products, programs and past research of Humate Technologies Inc., and The Humate Research Institute is enormous; in that real time results can be realized almost immediately, virtually eliminating the “concept” to “proof-of-concept” or working model timeframe that typically takes years to realize.
Farming For Humanity Foundation will also collaborate with universities here and abroad to collectively pursue the goal of feeding humanity through sustainable agriculture; beginning with Oklahoma State University, Utah State University, and the University of Mali, Africa. This will greatly increase the expertise and resources available to FFH; including PhD’s, soil scientists, agronomists, chemists, horticulturalists, etc.