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Christian Olele Jan 14
Replying to @BangkokDi
Your listed bullet points are all measures to cub gas emissions. emissions are very high in the transportation industry worldwide.
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Brockmeyer Tile & Stone Jan 17
C.O.Z.Y ✨ Sweet dreams ✨ Cred: 📸 @ninasvitavardag ...
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John Edgar Anthony 2h
Hi, I'm , Humidity Sensor in Plot A has failed to collect/send data. There might be a problem.
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Justin Irvine Jan 10
was amazing tonight!! Thank you🤞
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Agents of Field 21h
It might not look much at the moment, but give it a few weeks and the dream becomes a reality. Those lovely guys and gals over at will be working their Jedi magic in installing a beautiful new . Soooo excited! Keep watching for updates. 😊
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The Gardeners Way Jan 2
We have had a great day getting our pots ready for planting seeds and clearing the green house out. What have you archived today in the garden?
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Dizengoff NIG Agribusiness 2h
One of the undisputable and unique fact about greenhouse farming is that, you can farm all through the year. No holiday! No season break! No climatic interjection! Would you start yours now? Let's get you on board
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Steffi OH 23h
more insights about how we use gases
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NeverMindTheBurdocks 16h
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Green Planet Jan 5
Sourcing Should Be Disclosed to Consumers, Sustainability Study Recommends. Palm oil production causes , gas emissions from peatland conversion, and loss and problems.
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Slow Food Europe Dec 27
Do you know that food production is responsible for a fifth of total gas emissions? Help us win our common fight against climate change, please donate to the Slow Food campaign. Let's create a more climate-friendly food system:
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Catherine Collins 16h
That report. 1. Hijack global healthy eating messages for 'tickbox' support 2. Ignore massive contribution to gases from non-foods 3. Create bizarre series of portion size recs "14g/d red meat and 29g/d of chicken" ... as if 1g either way is relevant 🙄
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BIG Green Tomato 17h
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Blue Door Flowers 18h
We’re just hanging around our little shop today...
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Eugene Williams, Jr. Jan 16
HS, our students beginning a new crop of Broccoli, Lettuce, Cabbage, and Collards
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CropKing Jan 16
John is a CropKing sales rep, former head of the horticulture therapy program at a mental health facility. His unique perspective allows him to offer creative solutions w/real-world experiences. Also a family guy, car lover & runner!
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Ayalew Kassahun Jan 16
Today, I visited 's newest and largest lab and complex associated with The lab is now breeding bananas, potatoes and bamboo. It will greatly advance the university's ability to collaborate in research
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orchidanswers Jan 15
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Valoya Jan 15
We're at in Angers, France with our partners CMF Groupe. Find us at Hall NOV - Stand 279 to see the latest innovations in technology for cultivation!
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Chris Jan 14
It's is definitely slipper orchid season. Maybe I'll have some multifloral slipper in bloom this summer, fingers cross as there are no sheaths present at the mo.
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