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    • Brynley (no login)
      Posted Feb 24, 2012 8:51 AM

      Yes, but looking at the places where watercress is farmed commercially in Hampshire, they use tremendous quantities of clean water, which we no longer have.

      I can remember watercress growing naturally by the River Bain, but I guess you would not find it now anywhere.

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