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In terms of production, commercial farms account for the overwhelming majority of food grown in London. According to the 2009 June Survey of Agriculture and Horticulture in England (DEFRA Nordstrom Mens John W Nordstrom Santino Plain Toe Derby liOOrc8tQ
), there are 11,760ha of commercial farmland in Greater London. The vast majority (94%) is devoted to grazing (including “set-aside” or non-productive uses), farmed woodland, and non-horticultural arable crops, with horticultural production accounting for <6% of the total farmed area. The spread of commercial farming across the three statistical divisions used in the survey is fairly even, from 3,304ha in West Inner and Outer London to 4,515ha in South Outer London.

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Number of horticultural farms in England and London. Data are from the 2009 June Survey (DEFRA 2010 ). Farm size thresholds for inclusion are as follows: permanent outdoor crops (e.g., orchards and vineyards), >1ha; outdoor intensive production (e.g., vegetables, melons, and strawberries), >0.5ha; mushrooms, >0ha. Note that the DEFRA changed their methodology for the most recent (2010) survey, including substantial increases in the minimum farm size; this has had a marked influence on the number of farms reported, and hence the most recent June Survey data are not presented

Agriculture in London extends well beyond commercial enterprises: the city is characterized by a long association with subsistence production, which is currently being reinvigorated through a strong public interest in food, particularly for health and sustainability benefits. London’s subsistence agriculture takes on a variety of guises, including allotments, city farms, community gardens, private gardens, school gardens, and public parks (Garnett adidasAdidas x Raf Simons Replicant Ozweego Core Black/ Crystal / Ftw LTOTpIB
). City farms and community gardens can be found throughout the UK and are mostly used for the keeping of livestock, but individual and shared horticultural plots are also common. Most city farms have been established as teaching facilities designed to give city residents an understanding of and exposure to agriculture, and about 10% of London’s population visit these farms every year (Garnett Banana Republic Womens Joie Barlow Bootie Charcoal Size 6 auTaVrvtRh
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)—it is not known what proportion of this area is devoted to food production. School gardens produce very little because their intended purpose is education (Garnett 1999a ). Similarly, negligible production takes place in public parks, although there are a few food production plots in London parks (Garnett 1999a ).

Allotments are undoubtedly the most common, and indeed charismatic, form of subsistence agriculture in London. The term “allotment” first started to appear in Elizabethan times when small parcels of land were given as compensation to peasants who, owing to the greedy acquisition of common lands by wealthy landlords, no longer had anywhere to produce food (Garnett 1999a ; 2012 ). Allotments assumed an important role with the onset of the Industrial Revolution following the massive influx of the rural poor into cities (Garnett 1999a ). Allotment production was revitalized again during World Wars I and II as part of the government’s general strategy to increase food self-sufficiency. The German U-boat campaign of WWI took its toll on merchant ships, and food shortages increased the demand for allotments. Many were established on land adjacent to railway lines, and indeed many railway workers were given allotments ( 2012 ). Allotments probably played only a minor role in increasing food security in WWI, and the government’s major strategy was to use the labor of the Women’s Land Army and the Conscientious Objectors to cultivate conventional farmland; even this needed to be supplemented with a strict rationing program. There was no equivalent of the USA’s War Garden campaign of WWI, which actively promoted self-sufficiency at the household scale. This changed during WWII, though, with the launch of the Dig for Victory campaign in 1939. Like its sister Victory Garden promotion across the Atlantic, the purpose of this initiative was to aid the war effort by increasing food security and lessening the demand on commercial food supplies and transportation, especially ships, and to boost national morale. Allotments played a major role in the Dig for Victory campaign, and by 1944, they were providing about 10% of the nation’s food by weight and about half of its fruit and vegetables (Crouch and Ward 2003 ). The post-war years were not so kind to allotments though, with many being replaced with residential and industrial developments needed for a burgeoning population.

There have been a ton of new features added to Instagram Stories since its launch, such as polls, , swipe-up features and more.

Last month Instagram introduced “Type” mode , a new way for you to share what’s on your mind with creative text styles and backgrounds.

Since the Instagram algorithm rewards users for using all its features, it’s important to always keep an eye out for new updates! Not only will you grow your reach, but it will also keep you one step ahead of the trends!

Launching a new product? Hop on Instagram Live to give a quick how-to.

Looking for customer input? Add a poll to your Instagram Stories.

Host an event? Create a Carousel Post to show off highlights from the night.

Whatever way you choose to add in these new features, just make sure they are still providing value to your audience.

Right now, users only see posts in their feed from other uses they follow, along with sponsored content Instagram shows them. However, this may be changing soon, with Maison Margiela Western Bootie YpY2crCEbT

Now, you’ll begin seeing content that Instagram thinks you’d liked based off your interested. This means Instagram’s algorithm will be showing users either content their friends have liked, or content they think you may be interested in.

For example, if you follow a lot of fashion bloggers, you’ll most likely start seeing more of this content on your feed.

Instagram confirmed the test, commenting in a statement to The Verge , “We’re always testing new ways to connect you to interesting content on Instagram.”

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This means if one user is liking or commenting on your page, then suddenly their friends may start seeing it. This could be a big deal for users, making engagement more important than ever.

When discussing the Instagram algorithm, most people immediately think about the content showing up on their feed.

The Instagram Explore pages operates under its own algorithm as well, and according to Instagram in 2017, “posts are selected automatically based on things like the people you follow or the posts you like.”

You can also see video channels on the Explore page, which can include posts “from a mixture of hand-picked and automatically sourced accounts based on topics we think you’ll enjoy.”

Overall, the Explore page and the feed are mostly similar, delivering you content Instagram thinks you’ll be most interested in, based off your interactions.

My personal Explore page dished up a slime video (I secretly, now not so secretly, love the slime craze on Instagram), a vegan post (I’m a pescatarian) and some fashion-related posts — seems about right.

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