MOG Competition

Competitions, Sydney / 26 February 2013

Powered by Telstra, MOG is a music streaming service with 16 million songs to play and share. Available to all Australians on all platforms, there’s no data costs for most Telstra customers, setting it apart from other music streaming sites.
To make some noise about MOG, they have come up with a juicy idea.
Rock, pop, hip hop, grunge, folk. Whatever your preference, age and stage, we can all agree that music has the power to work miracles. And we’re not just talking about the effect it has on people. Studies show that playing music to plants makes them grow better.
So what do you get when you play cool tunes from MOG to an orchard full of fruit trees? Darn fine juice, that’s what.
Sounds like rubbish you say? French scientist Yannick Van Doorne, a practitioner of ecosonics (an agricultural technique that encourages plant growth through sound) has proven that it is legitimate.
Together with a western Sydney fruit farmer, Yannick,  MOG will bring the science to life… creating very special fruit juice ‘Made by MOG’.
To share the fun we have ten 1 month subscriptions to give away for you to trial MOG as well as one $100 Ticketmaster voucher. There are so many awesome festivals and shows coming up in 2013, there is sure to be something to tickle your fancy.
All you have to do to enter is answer, in 25 words or less: What kind of music would you play to a fruit tree to make your ideal juice and what would you call it?
Winners announced Wednesday 6th March via email.
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