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potato tent pegs for glastonbury
Fans attending the Glastonbury Festival this year will be told that they will use biodegradable tent nails to protect grazing cattle.
The stakes are made of biodegradable potato starch, which is strong and has been used in the lawn industry.
Organizer Michael Eavis said the measure was to prevent cows grazing on his farm from being injured by metal tent pegs left behind after weekend summer holidays.
Each year, as many as 175,000 people participate in a farm celebration at the fertile farm in Somerset, many of whom carry their own tents.
Eavis told BBC News that metal nails \"are a real problem for cows \".
\"We are going to buy a biodegradable tent hook this year, but it is actually very strong.
They used it in the lawn industry and we just found it.
\"So we\'re going to force people to use tent hooks instead of wire hooks.
The move is part of an upcoming series of environmental measures called \"no trace.
Music fans began to register tickets for June 27.
Holiday on Friday.
Children between the ages of 13 and 15 will have to register for the first time this year to provide a photo to appear on the ticket to stop the touted.
Although registration does not guarantee a ticket, registration has been extended for two weeks this year until March 15.
They started selling in April 6. The line-
The up will not be announced until then, although Eavis told the BBC that crooner Neil Diamond was already on the bill.