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Tech-Free Tourism: The Rise of Digital Detox Holidays
Digital detox holidays are becoming more and more popular. Allow Flogas to talk you through the best tech-free tourism tips.
Protecting Your Power from the Weather | Flogas
Your business’ power source is crucial for operation and output. Here at Flogas we’ve put together top tips to protect against the weather. Read today.
Hundreds of Years of Heating
We take a look at the history of heating in the home, examining the range of developments that have occurred throughout time. We will explore the impact these innovations have had on our day-to-day routine.
Brewing Success: Tips for Launching a Microbrewery | Flogas
The growth of craft beers available in the UK has increased tenfold in recent years. Read this article by Flogas if you want to get involved in the revolution.
Gin Distilleries: A Growing Trend
If you are an inspiring gin-entrepreneur, then read this Flogas article which offers you some top tips in cracking the latest trend in the UK market.
How To Control Fleas on your Pets
Fleas are parasites of the insect family and are known for their ability to jump, thanks to their strong back legs. They are easy to recognise, as they have a flat body, three pairs of legs and a mouth specially designed to suck blood. However they can be difficult to spot, due to their tiny size (fleas are only around 2-3 mm in length), especially if pets with a dark, long or thick coat. This means you might not be aware of them until you find a fleabite on your pet or you.
Grow Your Own Tomatoes
There are many varieties of tomatoes to try and grow, and we've included things to look out for in your tomatoes and ways to solve them, including rot, leaf problems and cracking.
Keeping Ducks and Geese
It’s important to take great consideration into keeping any animal, no matter its size. Our guide on keeping ducks and geese will give you some of the basics and essentials you need to consider for them.
Gardening Jobs for May
Mowing the lawn is now in full swing and ensuring that after cut treatment is done is essential. Treat moss patches – remembering to apply a sprinkling of topsoil and grass seed – to make sure that your lawn stays green all summer long. Plant out your bedding and keep on top of the borders which will have sprung to life.