Paul McCartney is not the type to grow a basic vegetable garden … On his family farm, located in Peasmarsh, the former Beatles grows plants well, but they are not used to make good meals. In recent years, in fact, he has embarked on the cultivation of hemp, a type of cannabis. But no question for him to do it illegally! Paul McCartney has indeed insisted that he follows government regulations to grow hemp with crops of rye, peas and wheat. “I like to do things like spelled, rye, we grow peas,” he said before revealing that he had to hide his plants for some funny reason: “What is fun with government regulations is that you have to keep it where people can’t see it, because all the kids come in and steal it. ”
Paul McCartney, who has been a vegetarian for decades, built his organic farm 20 years ago and admits he gets a lot of satisfaction from growing his own produce, including hemp, which can be used to make fabrics. “It’s organic. I went organic over 20 years ago. When I first bought the farm, there were fields where my guys at the farm were like, ‘There is no worms in these fields. There is no life. It’s because basically all you did was apply pesticides and then add fertilizer. says: ‘OK, this is a challenge, we are going to go organic’ “, enthusiastically Paul McCartney. And if he grows cannabis, it’s not for recreational use. Because even if he has long been a follower of this soft drug, he stopped using it several years ago.
Paul McCartney also makes his beer
“I don’t do it anymore. Why? The truth is, I don’t really want to set a bad example for my children and grandchildren. It’s now a parent’s business,” he said. Paul McCartney also makes his own beer, which he sends every year to his famous friends, including Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards. “We make our own beer. That’s because the area we’re in Sussex in was a really big hop-growing area,” the artist explained in the River Cafe Table 4 podcast. He continued, “So I went to a local brewer that is in the village near where we live and I said, ‘Do you want to make beer for me? I’m going to grow the hops and you assemble it’. did”.
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