Grow & Harvest have recently announced their new local delivery service which covers Wirral, Liverpool and Ellesmere Port. The free local delivery service only applies to people who have spent over £99 on an order and live within 15 miles. The delivery van is unmarked and is perfect for bulky and heavy items, making it ideal for the majority of hydroponics equipment.
TreeHugger, the leading media outlet dedicated to driving sustainability mainstream has recent published an article exploring ways in which parents can teach their children to like vegetables. In many cases it has previously been known for parents to resort to extravagant negotiation to get their kids to eat nutritionally, however this article suggests that there are far simpler methods available.
Grow World, one of the UK's leading hydroponics suppliers is well known throughout the hydroponics industry for their great efforts in constantly striving to offer the most superior quality hydroponic product ranges at the most competitive prices. This is why it has not come as a surprise that they are now stocking America's #1 flower enhancer – Rock Resinator Heavy Yields from Rock Nutrients.
Newsround has recently published an article revealing the findings of an experiment that has been completed with a group of UK school children, looking into how we can get children to like vegetables more. The study was designed to see if training ourselves to like foods that we didn't previously is possible – and it seems like it is.
Bad weather in Europe has resulted in a vegetable shortage, with people across the UK now finding it much more difficult to get their hands on food items such as iceberg lettuces, courgettes, broccoli, tomatoes, salad peppers, aubergines and more. This shortage is anticipated to continue until at least April, and in line with this the BBC has recently revealed some alternatives for shoppers and consumers, these included but are by no means limited to the following:
With many people across the world holding worries regarding the potential effects of man-made chemicals being used on crops, over the past few years companies and individuals have been exploring other methods of growing – with the latest requiring a little help form goldfish.
With masses of people all over the world worried about the potential health effects of man-made chemicals which are typically sprayed on traditionally grown crops – many people are in search of alternative ways to grow their plants and produce, with one of the utmost leading options appearing to be that of hydroponics growing. However, Dutch inventors have recently created an 'EcoFarm' that doubles up as a fish tank – specially designed to grow herbs and cherry tomatoes using fish waste that works greatly as a natural fertiliser.
Food Network's Healthy Eats recently published an article, discussing hydroponic vegetables and all their wonderfulness. When thinking about growing produce, many people are under the impression that soil is a vital component needed for growth, however this is not the case – in the published article hydroponic growing was explored – a growing method in which eliminates the need for soil, while growing vegetables better than ever before. With hydroponics on the rise, growing by roughly 4.5% annually, and showing no signs of slowing down, the article discussed the benefits of hydroponically grown vegetables to all.
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It has recently been reported in Green Prophet that refugees have begun to plant roots in the world's first hydroponic community garden. This project was formed to bring people together, especially the migrants and refugees, not only this but as the building has a variety of cultures living there, the community garden has been said to help people interact with each other whilst they share food which reminds them of home.
The rooftop of one of Israel's oldest malls is now home to "Green in the City", a rooftop farm scheme in which it produces 10,000 heads of leafy vegetables each month, all year round, using hydroponic growing methods. This is a thriving example of urban agriculture, and just one of the many examples of communities coming together to produce and source locals with the freshest, most nutritional produce.
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In recent years many people have started growing their produce hydroponically, realising the benefits and reaping them completely. However, although it is easy to see the many advantages of hydroponic growing online and in the media, such as reduced grow times, better quality produce and more – when opting to take up the growing method, it has become apparent that many struggle to decide which hydroponic growing method is best for them. In line with this, one leading supplier of hydroponics equipment, Grow & Harvest, have recently explained some of the different style of set-ups to all, including the following:
The Mail Online has recently spoken out about a recently conducted study in which shows that following a Mediterranean diet could halt the brain of older people in their seventies from shrinking – stating that eating lots of vegetables, fruits, olive oil, and even a glass of wine per day could enable grey matters to decline as we age.
Tropicanna Horticulture, a leading hydroponics provider, regularly has special offers available for their customers to take advantage of, with their current two special offers being the 600W Pro Gear Ballast Euro Reflector Light Kit and the Budget Grow Tent 100cm x 100cm x 200cm. Both the light kit and the grow tent are perfect choices for anyone who would like to start their hydroponic journey in the New Year and ideal for someone who is already growing hydroponically.
With many people participating in Veganuary this month – testing the vegan diet for a month to discover its benefits and advantages, Hello Magazine has recently released an article stating just five of the most superior benefits offered by the vegan diet for all to see.
Project Soymilk is a passion designed by a team of young and well motivated entrepreneurs in Delvira Limited to achieve two major goals. Firstly, provide a nutritionally balanced and healthy food drink to young undernourished children and those that are nutritionally challenged due to their health status such as diabetic patients and lactose intolerant individuals. Secondly, the other goal of Project soymilk is to leverage on the agricultural and economic value chain of soybean processing in to soymilk to provide the much needed jobs and opportunities to young unemployed persons within the Niger Delta region of Nigeria. Project Soymilk is an agro-processing initiative where soybean would be processed into soymilk which has numerous nutritional and health benefits in fighting cancer, high cholesterol levels, diabetes, osteoporosis and acute malnutrition.
With 2017 already upon us many of us have already no doubt made New Year's resolutions, however some people much prefer to make gradual changes towards healthier lifestyles, with The Weekly Challenger recently revealing just some of the healthy eating habits worth cultivating in 2017. For all whom are looking to kick start the New Year in a healthy fashion, here are some of the habits in which The Weekly Challenger are promoting:
It is a well-known fact that New Year's resolutions often fall flat in early Jan - this is due to people making overwhelming and unattainable resolutions that are difficult to stick to. However, a new year presents all with a chance to change our lives for the better, even if approached in baby steps. This year, like many prior, it has become apparent that many are making health-related resolutions, and in line with this Forbes has recently released an article stating 10 health-related resolutions to consider – urging all to take the plunge, even if it is now slightly late. (It's better late than never.)
Hydroponica, an industry renowned supplier of hydroponics equipment, well known for their dedication to providing the greatest hydroponic collections at the most affordable prices, has recently added a new line of nutrients to their incredibly extensive range, the world dominating Remo Nutrients.
While many people are committing to Dry January, pledging to quit the booze for 31 days, many others across the globe are instead opting to participate in Veganuary instead – vowing to follow the vegan diet for the month and eliminating meat, fish, diary, eggs and honey from their diets. So far a record 50,000 have signed up, and it is anticipated that even more are going to follow suite, and attempt the vegan diet in another month of their choice.
Veganuary is a campaign in which it's encouraging people to try going vegan for the month of January – and so far a record 50,000 have signed up to participate, pledging to ditch meat, fish, dairy, eggs and honey for 31 days.