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The Seedbom Will Probably Get You Stopped At Security

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Ever hear of a seed bomb? The basic premise is that you take a ball of some organic, biodegradable matter, incorporate seeds of all kinds into it, and then chuck it into a field to let nature do the rest. They’re great for quickly spreading native plants in barren areas — and beloved by eco guerillas as an easy way to turn dead zones into green spots.

Anyways, one UK company creatively called “KaBloom” has taken the seed bomb concept and literally turned it into a bomb — or grenade, to be more specific. Working with the tagline “friendly bombs that grow”, the product is shaped like a hand grenade and made from biodegradable and recycled material like egg boxes, shredded office paper and tea bags. It contains organic compost, organic fertilizer and wildflower seeds.

“We make SeedBoms for the urban guerilla gardener who can go out, find a bit of weary wasteland or neglected neighbourhood and bring a bit of nature into the city,” said inventor Darren Wilson to the UK Evening Times. Our SeedBoms allow people to lighten up dull places. We don’t exploit nature, but work with it to enhance urban environments. It comes down to making a positive impact on your community.”

You can pick up your own seedbom pack for about $16. UK only.

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I hope I win the ‘Pig Farmers of Tomorrow’ contest I entered (I’m vegan)

I think I’ll likely have the most interest in pigs of anyone applying, anyway.


Hopefully Jon & Tracey Stewart use their new farm for vegan education

They’ve promised classes on caring for animals and sustainable agriculture, so vegan 101 would be a great place to start.