Bad economic times mean cutbacks to every family's budget and healthy food is far more expensive. In order to survive bad economic times, people are looking to newer and more affordable models of garden greenhouse kits for extra income and produce.
Online PR News – 23-January-2010 – – Everything Old Is New Again
Lafayette, LA January 2, 2010 - Even though it seems that the days when people grew their own food are over, they may just be starting again. A resurgence in gardening, particularly food crop gardening is growing each year. You notice Greenhouses on the increase in backyards across America. Some believe the new interest is because of the recession and difficult economic times, while others believe it's nothing more than the desire for foods grown without pesticides and chemicals. Whitney Segura, founder and CEO of Mini Greenhouse Kits believes both reasons are right.
Increasing scares from fruits and vegetables imported from countries not required to practice hygienic farming also make land owners run for the till to prepare the ground each spring. Every year there's a new vegetable guilty of exposing your family to serious toxins. This makes shoppers head for the organic selections at the grocery where the prices skyrocket.
Bad economic times mean cutbacks to every family's budget and healthy food is far more expensive. In order to survive bad economic times, avoid pesticides and eat healthy, more and more families roll back the clock to a simpler era where people knew what was in their food. They grow their own fruits and vegetables and maintain control over their family's nutritional health.
Newer models of Greenhouses use materials unknown to Grandpa. They're lighter and far less expensive than the old stand-by models of yesteryear. For under $100, avid gardeners and protective parents can now have peace of mind and the convenience of a greenhouse in their backyard that lasts for years.
Organic food at a low cost is today's biggest trend. The old models Rion Hobby Greenhouses of the past decade now take on a new look and lower economic price for those that want the flavorful produce once enjoyed at every family table. The company also offers help to those that want to enjoy the healthful foods from the past.
Mini Greenhouse Kits is a family business founded by Mister Whitney Segura. It's located at 157 Vincent Road, Lafayette, LA 70508. You can contact them by calling 1(866) 606-3911 or visiting their website.