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Steve @ Greenhouses Cornwall 1h
Really enjoyed working on this all singing all dancing Supreme 10x20. Toughened glass, integral staging on both sides, double doors either end & 2x louvres all sat on a three brick base. Supplied by @ottergardencentres
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Dr. Sanda Moldovan Sep 19
A new report from the Adam Smith Institute suggests that a switch to lab-grown meat would not only drastically free up land, but also cut gas emissions by up to 96%
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Stephen Harris 9h
Well what a beauty! Elite Titan 💪10x20 Double door entry both ends and full compliment of Diamond staging & shelf to one side. Supplied by
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Five Points 57m
Come see us tomorrow at the greenhouse from 8-6! We have fall mums in 6” and 8” sizes, pumpkins, gourds, mini straw bales, pansies, flowering kale and so much more!
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My little Allotment Sep 6
The chillis are slowly coming to an end in the greenhouse. Yesterday I picked some jalapeños, hot shakira and cayenne 🌶🔥🤭
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geoff hellowell 😎🌶 39m
Tea tonight a Goan three step curry... and yeah there might be a few extra out of my going into it 😎😉
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Terry Sep 3
Did a lot of weeding on the today, cut the grass, watered the and sprayed the leaves with milk to hopefully get rid of some of the powdery mildew, but generally really pleased with how it's looks & picked loads this evening! & a lovely day!😁 🌞
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Holy Cross Energy Sep 19
Today we are announcing our new clean energy and gas reduction goals - to increase our power to 70% and reduce greenhouse emissions by 70% - by 2030, with no premium increase in power cost to members. To learn more visit .
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FLHS Greenhouse 1h
Mrs. Davis' and Mr. Buskirk's students are learning having fun, staying organized and getting messy!
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Molly Bishop Sep 20
Hats off to - I can't imagine how proud you are of them, take some of it for yourself!
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EastSide Elitist 1h
I’ll be sending the link to the interview a little later. 🏡 OUT NOW
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A.M.A. Plastics 5h
Sad to hear about the passing of Reuben Balofsky. Our condolences to Steve and the Balofsky family. We started carrying Clifton pots over 35 years ago. They're almost always in stock here.
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Sandra Banfield Sep 8
Love this time of year in the 🌱
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Chris 9h
When orchid flowers so wrong, they do it spectacularly. This lovely Eric Young has given lots of very nice blooms then this bloom 🤣🤣🤣.
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Chris Sep 15
Well what started as a good has fallen down to a crappy day. So not in the mood for it. I honestly sometimes question growing orchids, be a slow road to recovery.
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Chris Sep 16
Nearly all the orchid collection is repotted. Yet I am never happy with the green now I'm tinkering in the greenhouse changing a few things here and there.
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orchidanswers Sep 8
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ColumbiaPublicHealth Sep 18
Proud to be part of a University that is working to find for gas emission and buildup . To combat climate change, Columbia University launches carbon management initiative - Axios
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Ashkan Daneshtalab Sep 16
The flowering of is the critical period for plants nutrition. The diagnosis of nutritional requirements according to leaves symptoms, tissue analysis results & related factors like soil and water chemical properties is determinative for successful yield.
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Chris Sep 11
Paphiopedilum kolopakingii var topperi X Ma Bella. I took a punt in this and very happy I did it's a lovely plant and lovely flower. This is one of them I got of ebay. Hoping this dose well as I have both of its parents.
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