I've noticed a lot of people starting up gardens recently. Between the rising costs of groceries, the recent rash of tainted foods, and the difficulties of finding fresh, quality produce in a world that lives on industrial agriculture... well, this sudden interest in growing one's own food is both commendable, and at the same time unsurprising.
Gardening, however, is not always easy. Even with constant care and attention, gardens can fall prey to any number of difficulties. Among the most annoying (if not the most destructive) are the many animals who look with greedy eyes on the results of your patience and hard work. Even a single rabbit can ruin an amazing number of plants if it gets access to your garden, and that's nothing when compared to the damage done each year by larger burrowing animals such as badgers and wombats.
Well, worry no more. America's Mad Scientists are here to help. Today we unveil the results of the G.G.G.W. project: the Giant Guardian Garden Worm. Though they start small, at a mere twelve inches long, our worms can grow up to eighteen feet in length. They have been carefully bred to seek out and lair beside common garden crops such as peas, carrots, onions, beans, corn, potatoes, and radishes. Lurking just below the surface of the ground, they can feel the vibrations created by approaching footsteps. When any sort of pest approaches too closely or tugs at one of your plants, the worm will rise up and devour it. Best of all, the waste products left by worms make excellent fertilizer, and their movements aerate the soil. Your garden is now completely safe, since the Giant Guardian Garden Worms can work together to take down even a larger intruder such as a stray horse or cow.
Let me emphasize this once more: there is no cost for this service. It is already done. For America's Mad Scientists, your thanks are payment enough.