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As part of the Procare group we used our more than 20 years of experience in growing Magic Truffles for a new cause: Magic Seeds. We wanted to make the process of growing of your own seed as easily as possible, but with the best yield results. It resulted in a revolutionary newly designed seed growkit, and three easy steps you need to follow.
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Portable, but with all the tools you need. Finally you will find some cottonpads in the box, in which you let your seeds to germinize after soaking them in our Magic Juice. One little box, and you're ready to grow! Remarkably easy to grow, if you follow the three basic principles.
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The basic principles are: Feed , Plant , Grow. Easy as one-two-three Just cut the top off of the pipette, squeeze the pippette to pour the juice into the glass vial containing the seeds. Put the cap back on the vial, and let your seeds soak for at least 8 hours. STEP 2 : After soaking your seeds, let the magic begin! Take one cotton pad out of the box, leave the other one at the bottom of the box. Empty the glass vial with the seeds and the juice on the cotton pad in the box, then use the tweezers to evenly distribute your seeds on the pad, with enough space to germinate.
Place the second pad on top of your seeds. Moisten your growkit slighty with water. Just moisten STEP 3 : Remove the species sticker from the lit, to let the light in and Naipaul himself was absolutely clear that he belonged to a superior tradition, and in his fiction his voice was that of the unmoved mover, a godlike narrator from the upper regions who knows all and sees all. However, Magic Seeds introduces a curiously chastened commentary. Willie realises that there are two worlds, but unlike the young Naipaul's protagonists Willie understands something else.
It was foolish to pretend otherwise. He was clear in his own mind now to which world he belonged.
It had seemed natural to him 20 years and more years ago, at home, to want to hide. Now all that followed from that wish seemed shameful. As if to make certain we don't miss the point Willie follows this up with a reference to an earlier book, An Area of Darkness , where the author watches some low-caste Indian sweepers and notes that they were simply spreading the dirt around. This, he comments, was not cleaning.
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The sweepers were there to symbolise their status as sweepers. In this country, he thinks, western notions like efficiency are swamped by the dominance of tradition. In Magic Seeds , Willie arriving in India sees a sweeper operating in the same manner, "giving the floor a suggestion of thinly spread grime", and the sight prompts the reflection that: "Twenty years ago I wouldn't have seen what I am seeing now I have come from a world of waste and appearances.
I saw quite clearly some time ago that it was a simple world, where people had been simplified. I must not go back on that vision. I must understand that now I am among people of more complicated beliefs and social ideas, and at the same time in a world stripped of all style and artifice.
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This is an airport. It works. It is full of technically accomplished people. That is what I must see. The movement between these two different ways of seeing might have been interesting, but while Willie continues to criticise his former self, his conclusions don't actually represent any important shift in his opinions. It's as if the author, reading his more hostile critics, has set out to prove himself capable of responding to the contemporary world.
The difficulty is that he isn't. Willie's guerrilla comrades, for instance, turn out to be frustrated bureaucrats with domestic problems; or student dropouts, terrorising an intimidated but politically indifferent peasantry. Back in London, Willie is befriended by Roger, who he regards as a man "of inherited liberal ideas".
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But Roger regales him with a rightwing history of contemporary Britain - "There was a time when a substantial proportion of the population was in domestic service. There was no problem then. Appropriately perhaps, Roger also has a lust for "council-estate women" of "plebeian aspect". While taking in his patron's blimpish musings, Willie notices that the appearance of London's population has changed: "There were black people everywhere, and Japanese; and people who looked like Arabs.