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  • n. Plural form of greenhouse.


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  • Ideas have been generated to use the captured CO2 in greenhouses or to grow algae.

    eCO2 Watch by James Kershaw and Chad Garn » Yanko Design

  • And most of it is raised in greenhouses on abandoned land.

    Matthew Yglesias » Urban Farming

  • But the super-hybrids must still be developed in greenhouses in places like the famed International Rice Research Institute in the Philippines.

    Join the Hunt for Super-Rice - Bits Blog -

  • The pear cacti, which is nursed in greenhouses in the States, grows wild on the plains to a height

    Six Months in Mexico

  • Even the succulent blue lilies -- a variety of the agapanthus which is so familiar to us in English greenhouses -- hung their long trumpet-shaped flowers and looked oppressed and miserable, beneath the burning breath of the hot wind which had been blowing for hours like the draught from a volcano.


  • ABG. MC) is in advanced talks to sell carbon dioxide from its bioethanol plant in Rotterdam for use as a fertiliser gas in Dutch greenhouses, a source close to the negotiations said.

    Reuters: Top News

  • Black, as he passed some sandhills covered with aloes and cactuses and rare exotics, such as one might expect to find in English greenhouses.

    The Settler and the Savage

  • He told the committee that DEP staff will continue to attempt to work against global warming and so-called greenhouses gasses despite the lack of money.


  • And what has not happened is people moving back into what are called greenhouses, houses that have been adjudicated as safe for people to move back into. Current News - Top Stories

  • "This mite has a lot of potential for greenhouses, which is where it's used now," Osborne said.

    University of Florida News


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