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If you saw the first video, this gives more ideas on how to take the hydroponic garden design indoors, like a shopping center, and sell all that you produce, without any transportation costs
Indoors, you might be able to double the height of each unit and quadruple the number of units in a given area for eight times the income
Is the real profit of this unit $320,000,000 per acre? Nobody knows, it has to be tested by people like YOU!
The Playlist is at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9GghlbtGjfk&list=PL57408542DE8918C3&feature=plpp_play_all
Johnny’s Selected Seeds Catalogue (See Page 2 the table of crops per acre)
National Fruit and Vegetable Retail Report
The Mini Hatch, stylized as MINI hatch or MINI Hardtop in the US, is a three-door hatchback first introduced in late 2000, with a second generation launched in 2006 and a third generation model launched in 2014. A convertible version was introduced in 2004, with the second generation following in 2008.
The Mini is produced in Cowley, Oxfordshire, UK, at Plant Oxford, with additional capacity introduced in the Netherlands for the third generation model due by the summer of 2014. The Mini Hatch was the first model launched by BMW under the Mini marque after the original Mini was discontinued in 2000. The new model built by BMW is technically unrelated to the former.
The third generation Mini was unveiled by BMW in November 2013, with sales starting in the first half of 2014. The new car is 98 mm longer, 44 mm wider, and 7 mm taller than the outgoing model, with a 28 mm longer wheelbase and an increase in track width (+42 mm front and +34 mm rear). The increase in size results in a larger interior and a boot volume increase to 211 litres.
Five all-new engines are offered for this Mini, three petrol, and two diesels: a 1.2 litre three-cylinder petrol with 102 bhp, a 1.5 litre three-cylinder petrol with 136 bhp, (BMW B38 engine), a 2.0 litre four-cylinder petrol (BMW B48 engine) that produces 192 bhp for the Cooper S, and a 1.5 litre three-cylinder diesel (BMW B37 engine) in two levels of power output: 95 bhp and 116 bhp (Cooper D), and a 2.0 litre turbo-diesel inline-4 engine that produces 168 bhp (Cooper SD). These engines are mated with a choice of either a six-speed manual, a six-speed automatic, or a six-speed sports automatic gearbox.
MINI has also released an all-new model called the MINI 5-door (AKA 4-door in US, F55). It is marketed as a 5-door version of the new 3rd generation Hatch. The base MINI 5-door is 190 lbs heavier and 6 inches longer than the 3-door MINI Hatch models with similar performance characteristics and more cargo space.
The 3-door Mini with an automatic transmission will reach 0–97 km/h (0–60 mph) in 7.3 seconds for the 1.5L 3-cylinder petrol model and in 6.4 seconds with the 2.0L four-cylinder petrol engine.
The shape is slightly more rounded than the one it replaces, in order both to improve the car’s aerodynamic efficiency and to enhance pedestrian protection in the event of accidents. It has a much longer overhang and higher bonnet. This latest model rides on BMW’s all new UKL platform that underpins the new BMW 2-Series Active Tourer.
Criticisms of the design of the F56 MINI Cooper have focused upon the extruded and complex design of the front bumper in Cooper S and JCW variants, as well as the larger front overhang and oversized tail lamps. Further criticism has also centred upon the overstyled nature of the exterior design.
The Mini is also the first in its segment to offer LED headlamps for its main and dipped beams as an option.
With its larger exterior dimensions, the all-new Mini provides more space for its four occupants and luggage, with enhanced shoulder space and larger footwells. Boot volume has been increased by more than 30% to 211 litres.
The dashboard retains its instrument layout, but adds a new instrument binnacle on the steering column for the speedometer, tachometer, and fuel gauge. The central instrument display now houses a four-line TFT display with the option to upgrade to an 8.8 inch screen for navigation and infotainment functions.
You’re ready to hit the open road. And with the awe-inspiring torque generated by the 2.0 litre 4-cylinder TwinPower Turbo engine you can also hit 62 mph (100 km/h) in a little over six seconds. A low centre of gravity, high engine speeds and finely-tuned suspension give you maximum go-kart feeling at every corner, while high-performance brakes keep you firmly in control at all times. Once you get in, you won’t want to get out.