Your method of cultivation is likely wasteful, polluting, and irresponsible.
How so? I own my land, I till my land, I plant on my land, and it feeds my family and there's usually enough to feed other families as well.
I can do it at 10% of the price you do, using 1/8 the land area, consuming between 60-90% less water, and a ~50% reduction in required fertilizers.
I use cow manure from a local auction house and no pesticides along with rainwater and water from my pond.
Because it's in a much smaller area, the requirement of machines for harvesting is gone.
Other than the rototiller and the pickup tuck I use to haul the manure, everything else is done by hand or with hand tools like a shovel and hoe
My production buildings can be entirely solar-powered, as well.
It's called a greenhouse. We're setting one up this spring.
Morocco, Australia, China, UK, Japan, USA, Brazil, all utilize my technology.
You invented the sun and rain?
Your seed stock, if not from Monsanto, or produced yourself, likely came from a building utilizing my technologies.
We try to avoid seeds from big commercial outfits, and try to buy as much from other local farmers as well.
Been on the BBC for the same tech.
Meh. What does any of this have to do with me joking about the locks on your mom's basement?