Category - General

A Parody: The Misuse of Tomatoes Act 1971

  • Published on August 8th, 2013
  • Category: General

The year is 2020 and increasing pressure from lobbyists, campaigners and activists has lead to the repeal of The Misuse of TOMATOES Act 1971. This has opened the floodgates to an immediate and extensive increase in the consumption of TOMATOES across the United Kingdom. Significant shifts in spending habits across the country have been seen ...

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Can the EU Affect How You Buy Your Tomato Puree?

  • Published on August 8th, 2013
  • Category: General

The short answer is yes. The European Union is something that divides the people in this country and will continue to do so long into the future. It’s common knowledge amongst all of us that tomato puree is sold in fractions of a ounce and it’s not uncommon for people to buy their tomato puree ...

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4 Common Character Traits of a Hydroponic Grower

  • Published on July 9th, 2013
  • Category: General

Every single hobby or endeavor has a wide variety of people taking part and whilst it’s impossible to put people into clean, well defined boxes, we can always look at those common traits that seem to fit well into hydroponic growing. 1. Patient It’s no shock to most people reading this blog that a plant ...

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How Quality Equipment Can Mean Everything

  • Published on July 5th, 2013
  • Category: General

How Quality Equipment Can Mean Everything In an ideal world, the highest quality products would be available to everybody and there would be no reason for anybody to purchase items lower in quality than the very best. However, we must live in the real world and sometimes a less expensive alternative is better that no ...

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Hydroponics as a Hobby

  • Published on June 13th, 2013
  • Category: General

Hydroponics is a term used to describe growing plants which are rooted in an artificial medium as opposed to soil. Over the past few decades, gardeners at both commercial and amateur levels have become interested in using this method to grow their plants, which is also sometimes known as nutriculture, soilless culture and water culture ...

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