Seaweed Fertilizer During the Edwardian Era, the Reason Crafts Were Lost Post World War I, How Gold Leafing Works, and the First Cinema in Britain

The Edwardians used seaweed as a fertilizer for their market gardens because it is rich in nitrogen and potassium. Seaweed was buried into the dirt and normally drift seaweed was used which was seaweed which the sea has thrown onto the beach due to the tides. It’s an incredibly economic way to fertilize plants as nothing is produced or utilized in order to use it, it’s simply a matter of using something which would normally go to waste. Many crafts were lost post World War I as many of the craft...

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