Veggie growth is root to take
Daily Record|May 11, 2021
GROWING fruit and veg at home has taken root – with more than half of adults cultivating their own produce during the past 12 months, a study has found.

The trend is particularly popular among younger adults, with six in 10 18-to-34 year-olds (58 per cent) growing their own – more than any other age group.

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