Current Project phase:

  • 1 1: Initiate Phase
  • 2 2: Nominate Phase
  • 3 3: Improve Phase
  • 4 4: Triumph Phase
  • 5 5: Accelerate Phase
  • 6 6: Make it Happen Phase
Track: Start-up
Topics: Water, Food, Health
Location: Avenida Paraná, 569, Centro, São João, Paraná, Brasil.

Learn from SCHOOL, eliminate pesticides, save water, produce food and income.

Learn from SCHOOL, eliminate pesticides, save water, produce food and income.

SCHOOL- 400% more products, 70% less water, lesser cycle and by not using any agrochemicals, increases the value of products by 300%.

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SCHOOLScale Commercial Harvest Organics Off Land

Climate, population density, food shortages, agrochemicals.The solution itself depends on joint, long-term, conscious actions of individuals and states. We depend on really efficient paths to be trodden, it does not pay to walk or run together without knowing the right direction.

The SCHOOL project is the result of several years of observation, analysis of social, ecological, production techniques and market needs.The rural low-income population that most live in contact with natural resources. If this public had guaranteed income, of course they would not be interested in destroying the ecosystem, forests would instead work to defend and restore it.On the other hand, the educated world society sees the possibility of lacking food for the population, and the food available carries a load of pesticides that can be said to feed on poison.

The SCHOOL project proves that it is inexpensive to produce on a large scale food that is totally free, free of pesticides, with a saving of up to 70% water, with an increase of 400% per square meter, without the use of tractors, without burning fuel.In addition to the excellent ecological contribution, the SCHOOL project would produce food with zero pesticides in abundance, and produce income for needy populations, giving them dignity, citizenship and the possibility of having time to develop ecological awareness.

We can operate both in deserts and on terraces of buildings in large metropolises.

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