Hexagon Plan to Sustainable Production

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The Hexagon Sustainable Production Plan addresses the challenge by offering a sustainable, inclusive, cheap and effective way of feeding the ever-growing urban population and cut long supply chains as well as reduce the levels of malnutrition and unhealthy eating. Communities must be always responsible for what they consume and not depend on existing value chains because they are private, they can mislead or disappoint at times. Each and every community must have a piece of land for community agricultural projects and in areas where land is scarce, they can always lease or buy land in rural areas and have produce that is meant for their specific community come from that land. This cuts lengthy value chains and dependency on existing suppliers. Also, the community will be responsible for producing what they eat. In making sure that there is sustainability in the food production process communities must use the Hexagon Sustainable Production Plan. It provides a sustainable protein production, renewable energy production, production of chemical-free food or crops simultaneously while getting rid of the use of chemical fertilizers, billable electricity or energy sources, poverty, unemployment and consumption of chemical-free and healthy food. The plan also helps in waste management and protection of the environment. Protein production is the most important food requirement by humans and its production must be extensively done to cater to the ever-growing population. The plan puts more focus on chicken, egg and pork production as cheap and primary sources of protein. During the process, farmers get rid of a lot of waste (droppings and litter) from both chickens and pigs and these can be feed for fish and also biogas plant raw materials. The droppings are not only feeding to fish but organic buster to algae production in ponds which is another source of fish food. The biogas plant requires all the litter and produces clean energy that can be used to warm fowl runs, cook and light but also produces a smell-free liquid and solid waste. The waste is a good organic fertilizer to plants. Farmers after using the organic fertilizers in the production of either cash crops or grain will put the stocks back in the biogas plant to make energy. Communities can choose to follow the whole cycle or choose two or three of the options on the cycle. Last but not least construction of housing structures for livestock such as poultry must be double-storey buildings to address the issue of land availability



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