Peppermint Jim Practicing Green Growing Through Aquaponics
Andiamo Corporation (OTC PINK: ANDI), a Wyoming holding company, announces a Joint Venture Partnership with Peppermint Jim, a company focused on an aquaponics growing system for mint production at their Tucson Mountain Growing Station. Aquaponics is an aquaculture system in which the waste produced from farmed fish, or other aquatic animals, supplies nutrients for plants grown hydroponically; which in turn purifies and protects the ground water. By using these non-traditional farming practices and ecological accountability, Peppermint Jim’s oils are tested to be chemical, herbicide, insecticide and pesticide free, as well as free of banned and industrial chemicals.
“The use of aquaponics is GREEN because it allows us to efficiently grow our mint plants while minimizing our impact on the environment,” stated Jim Crosby, Owner and namesake of Peppermint Jim. “The biggest benefit is 1 acre of aquaponics grown mint replaces 40 acres of regular dirt grown mint, drastically reducing our carbon footprint.”
About Andiamo Corporation:
Andiamo Corporation, a Wyoming company, is a publicly traded company which specializes in prepackaged software services. Increased revenue and business opportunities have helped expand its role as a holding company. Specifically, we are looking for established companies with recurring revenues who need a capital infusion in order to move their business to the next level of profitability. With our additional resources, Andiamo now offers an end-to-end solution to ensure the success of our clients inside the micro-cap funding community, getting them the funding they need to bring their products to a national level with the aim of improving their bottom line. For more information on Andiamo Corporation, visit our website at http://www.andiinc.us, and sign up for our newsletter and receive the Company’s latest news and updates delivered right to your email.
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