Arla Foods’ organic milk proves useless for growing plants and vegetables

Arla Foods’ organic milk proves useless for growing plants and vegetables

  Organic milk manufactured by Arla Foods has proved useless for growing plants and vegetables after gardeners say it provides no advantages whatsoever when used in horticulture.   An advert for organic milk has been banned by the advertising watchdog for its “misleading” claim that its production is “good for the land,” leaving many allotment…

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Money begins to grow on trees as old £5 notes get used to make compost

Money begins to grow on trees as old £5 notes get used to make compost

  Money is starting to grow on trees after the first batch of old £5 notes has been shredded and turned into compost for use in horticulture.   The Bank of England said 150 million of its paper £5 notes remain with the public, but since it started using the old fivers as an ingredient…

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