Ye Olde Seeds

Ye Olde Seeds

Theme Notes:

Before the industrialization of agriculture, a much wider variety of plant foods were grown for human consumption. During the 19th and early 20th centuries the diversity was huge. In modern agriculture in the industrialized world, most food crops are now grown in large, monocultural plots. In order to maximize consistency, few varieties of each type of crop are grown.

Heirloom gardening is a reaction against this trend. In the Global South, heirloom plants are still widely grown, for example, in the home gardens of South and Southeast Asia. Before World War II, the majority of produce grown in the United States were heirlooms.

In the 21st century, numerous community groups all over the world are working to preserve historic varieties to make a wide variety of fruit and vegetables available again to the home gardener.

Template Notes:

Here you see a Joomla template, which can become an interesting uncommon solution for your company. The template incorporates the latest trends of web design and meets with high-resolution photos. These professional illustrations have their own outdoor romance and would definitely get visitors interested in your website. The content area would make the visitors feel comfortable dealing with your website. With the responsive layouts your customers would be able to contact your site from their mobile and tablet devices.

002091 Responsive Joomla! template is based on the Bootstrap Framework. The Bootstrap Framework makes it fully responsive to all screen resolutions and aspect ratios. Moreover, thus it carries a lot of useful features, for instance additional HTML elements, set of CSS components, grid system and much more.

 

Software Platform:

Joomla 3.4.8

Template:

Jommla template AS 002091 By Templates24.org

Features:

Administration Pages, Contact form, Blog, Maintenance mode

Development Status:

Published – Under Construction

 

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