How can music make fruit, and juice, taste better? To find out we took an Aussie fruit grower, a French scientist and MOG’s 16 million songs to an orchard.
Here’s what happened.
Mark Silm runs Cedar Creek Orchard, a 45 hectare property just outside Picton, in Wollondilly Shire, NSW. The orchard has been owned and run by Mark’s family for four generations, and produces 700,000 litres of juice per year.Visit Website
Yannick Van Doorne is a professor in agriculture and biotechnology from Alsace, France. Yannick specialises in ecosonics and has travelled the world lecturing on the benefits of playing music to plants.
Competition entries have now closed to make your own juice, but you can still make your own MOG mix here and share with your friends. A big congratulations to James Glohe's 'Sip Sip' juice mix, the major prize winner of our competition. To see a list of all the winners, click on the link below.Winners Most Popular Mixes Hero Mixes
Select your songs one by one until the playlist is complete, or chose a single song and use the MOG Radio feature to complete your playlist.
Move the Radio slider to the right to add different artists into your mix, or to the left to keep it to one artist.
A great mix deserves a great name.
Type in your MOG Mix name on the bottle and then drag the button to adjust the text size.
Competition entries are now closed, but you can still share your mix with your friends. From the 16 million songs on MOG we’ve received some pretty unique mixes.
MOG music streaming service gives you access to over 16 million songs on your compatible mobile, tablet or PC. Create playlists, listen to your favourites and discover new music, all on the go. Check out how MOG makes music better, with a 14 day free trial when you sign up as a new user. You'll roll over to a monthly subscription and charges will apply unless you cancel.
Even better, MOG streaming counts as unmetered data for most Telstra broadband and mobile customers. Data charges apply for other users.