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Growing salad greens just got high-tech. Say goodbye to that sad, bug-eaten lettuce. With the hydroponic AeroGarden—on sale at Amazon for 40 percent off today only, you can grow your own produce without soil! Or mess! Or much effort at all! This glorious gadget is usually $150, but today you can snag it for $90. Think of all the money you’ll save in the long run.
It’s so easy to garden, even black thumbs will reap the benefits. Simply drop in the all-natural, non-GMO, pre-seeded pods, add water, and you’ll see sprouts in days and a full-grown harvest in weeks. The kit includes pods for black-seeded simpson, deer tongue, parris island, marvel of four seasons, rouge d'diver and red sails greens, plus Miracle-Gro liquid plant food.
These containers will hold plants up to 24 inches tall. Bring on those greens! (Not seeing sprouts? There’s a 100 percent germination guarantee.)
Best part? You don’t have to remember to water! The machine will automatically turn the LED “grow lights” on and off and remind you when to add water and food.
Want to check on your green friends while you’re away? Use the AeroGarden app to view status or turns the lights on and off. Sweet.
As you can imagine, reviewers are loving every minute of this machine. “It works perfectly!" a five-star fan said. "I do not have a green thumb and have attempted to have a balcony garden. It failed miserably. This has redeemed me." A fellow satisfied customer said that the AeroGarden is "very easy to use," adding,"lettuces and herbs are delicious!"
Again, this deal is just for today. Don't miss your chance to grow your own indoor garden at a hefty discount!
US President Joe Biden has edged closer to sealing his giant domestic spending legislation, though the informal deadline appeared to slip as work continued to scale back the measure and determine how to pay for it.Negotiations were expected to continue into the weekend, with all sides indicating on Friday just a few issues remained unsettled in the sweeping package of social services and climate change strategies.
Australia have opened their four-match spring tour with a scratchy and hard-earned 32-23 victory over Japan in Oita.The Wallabies overcame the early loss of fullback Reece Hodge and some stubborn resistance from the truly Brave Blossoms to chalk up five successive Test wins for the first time since the 2015 Rugby World Cup.
Austria is threatening a potential lockdown for citizens not vaccinated against COVID-19 if the situation in the country's intensive care units worsens."We are about to stumble into a pandemic of the unprotected," Chancellor Alexander Schallenberg said on Friday evening following a crisis meeting in the central European nation.
Australia's most prestigious thoroughbred race has been decided in the stewards' room with State Of Rest winning the $5 million WS Cox Plate after surviving a protest.Irish raider State Of Rest edged out Anamoe to be first across the line after a stirring duel in the Moonee Valley straight.
LATEST COVID-19 DEVELOPMENTS* The Australian Government Deputy Chief Medical Officer Professor Michael Kidd on Saturday said this past week alone has accounted for 11 per cent of all locally-acquired COVID-19 cases in the country since the beginning of the pandemic.* Qantas has unveiled plans for its flight schedule once international borders reopen on November 1 with flights to New York and London to begin that day.
Major oil exporter Saudi Arabia, one of the world's biggest polluters, is poised to detail its plans to address climate change as pressure rises on the Gulf state to set ambitious emissions reduction targets.Saturday's Saudi Green Initiative, first announced in March, comes ahead of the 26th UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties, or COP26, in Glasgow, which runs from October 31 to November 12.
North Korea has accused the United States of raising military tensions with China through its "reckless" backing of Taiwan, and said the growing US military presence in the region constitutes a potential threat.In comments carried by state media, North Korea's Vice Foreign Minister Pak Myong-ho criticised the United States for sending warships through the Taiwan Strait and providing Taiwan with upgraded weapons systems and military training.
Macarthur's preparations for the upcoming A-League Men campaign have suffered a major setback with captain and goalkeeper Adam Federici announcing his immediate retirement.The 36-year-old, who was named successor to Mark Milligan as Bulls captain in September ahead of the 2021-22 campaign, has called time on his career due to injury.
An Australian oncologist is to conduct a phase II study in a bid to progress vital research into the treatment of ovarian cancer.Associate Professor Jim Coward has returned promising results with his work on targeting treatment-resistant stem cells to prevent cancer recurrence.
Rookie Luis Garcia showed the poise of an October ace, Yordan Alvarez stayed hot at the plate and the Houston Astros earned yet another trip to the World Series, beating the Boston Red Sox 5-0 in Game 6 of the AL Championship Series.The Astros advanced to the World Series for the fourth time overall and the second time in three seasons.
Dozens of protesters have rallied outside a Melbourne hotel being used to detain refugees after a COVID-19 outbreak escalated, with more than one-third of detainees testing positive for coronavirus.There are 46 refugees and asylum seekers detained inside the city's Park Hotel, which is being used as an alternative place of detention by the Australian Border Force.
Manchester United's players need time to adjust to each other and their playing styles, forward Cristiano Ronaldo said, encouraging his team to overcome their inconsistent start to the Premier League campaign.United brought in the likes of Ronaldo, midfielder Jadon Sancho and centre back Raphael Varane in the close season but have made a stuttering start domestically to sit sixth in the table with 14 points from eight games.
Kevin Durant had 29 points, 15 rebounds and 12 assists to rally the Brooklyn Nets past the Philadephia 76ers, whose fans turned on "missing" star guard Ben Simmons.The Nets were missing Kyrie Irving, who isn't with the team due to his refusal to get a COVID-19 vaccine, while Simmons sat out the home opener for personal reasons with the Sixers still in the dark over when the three-time All-Star will return.
US health regulators say kid-size doses of Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine appear highly effective at preventing symptomatic infections in primary school children and cause no unexpected safety issues, as the US weighs beginning vaccinations in youngsters.The Food and Drug Administration posted its analysis of Pfizer's data on Friday before a public meeting next week to debate whether the shots are ready for the nation's roughly 28 million children ages five to 11.
A former elite swimming coach accused of historical child abuse in Queensland has had his first court appearance pushed back due to health issues.John Reginald Wright, 78, was charged in WA on Wednesday with nine counts of indecent dealing with children and one count of common assault.
A group of South Australian players who were evicted from an Adelaide nightclub have been referred to Cricket Australia for alleged COVID-19 rule breaches.The South Australian Cricket Association said on Saturday it would not take any action, but handed over the matter under CA's COVID-19 management framework.
New Zealand's South Island has detected its first community case of COVID-19 in almost a year, health officials say.The last community transmission cases - those recorded outside of international arrivals - were in November 2020, when two nurses working in a quarantine facility tested positive.
Rain is playing havoc with the WBBL's busy schedule of four matches on Saturday in Launceston, with the first three games abandoned.The opening Hobart Hurricanes-Adelaide Strikers match at Invermay Park was called off after play was delayed for more than an hour.
Former NSW Labor minister Eddie Obeid is back behind bars after a COVID-inspired bid for bail ahead of a likely appeal against his conviction was rejected.The 77-year-old was sentenced on Thursday to at least three years and 10 months in prison over a rigged tender for a massive coal exploration licence, which delivered a $30 million windfall for his family's business empire.