There’s a growing trend to plant plants outside in the sunlight.
According to new data from the U.S. Department of Agriculture, greenhouse farming, also known as light farming, grew by nearly 400,000 hectares from 2011 to 2015.
The growth in greenhouses is due to a combination of economic growth and environmental regulations, according to the U,S.
government’s Agricultural Research Service (ARS).
In 2015, the government approved about 12,000 permits for these greenhouses.
In addition to these new greenhouses, a growing number of farmers are planting greenhouses in their backyards.
Many of these green houses are being used as food crops for livestock.
The USDA defines light farming as “the planting, cultivating, harvesting, or processing of vegetables, herbs, or other plant parts in a daylight climate.”
These greenhouses are not only able to grow more food, they also provide a safer place to live and work.
According to the ARS, a greenhouse produces less greenhouse gas than a similar crop grown outdoors.
In addition to providing a cleaner environment, these greenhouse systems also reduce CO2 emissions from burning fossil fuels.
In order to grow their food, many farmers have started using organic farming techniques.
For example, some farmers use a variety of organic practices to grow and store their food.
This has also helped reduce the amount of land needed to grow vegetables.
Greenhouse farming is also becoming a trend among the more affluent households.
According the ARs, the average income for a family in the top 10 percent of households grew by about 5 percent between 2010 and 2020.
Greenhouses are also becoming more popular among people who have recently moved into cities.
In the last decade, more than 20 million Americans have moved into a new city.
These people have grown accustomed to living in the urban environment, so they often rely on the greenhouse to grow fresh produce.
In fact, in the United States, the number of households using greenhouse agriculture increased from 5.4 million in 2007 to 8.1 million in 2016.
In 2017, greenhouse agriculture was a major contributor to the US greenhouse gas emissions of more than 5.2 million metric tons.
Greenhomes can be used to grow fruits, vegetables, grains, and meat.
In some cases, greenhouse gardens are also used for growing nuts, soybeans, and other crop residues.
GreeneGreenhouses have also been used in a number of other industries, including the construction industry.
In 2016, for example, the construction of a greenhouse to house an oil refinery near Houston, Texas, led to the construction and expansion of a new oil refinery.
According the USDA, the use of greenhouses as a greenhouse has also been a major driver of climate change.
As greenhouse farming increases, the earth’s temperature is expected to increase by about 1.8 degrees Celsius by the year 2100.
The United Nations has predicted that climate change will cause an additional 10 million deaths by the end of this century, including 3.5 million in the developing world.
In response to this, several countries are looking at greenhouse farming as a way to reduce CO 2 emissions.
In 2018, China signed the Paris Agreement, a global treaty to cut greenhouse gas pollution.
In 2020, Canada announced it was working on a greenhouse farm project.
The European Union is also developing its own greenhouse farm initiative, and several other countries are also developing greenhouse farming technology.
Green house farming also has a growing impact on the environment.
According a study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, greenhouses account for just 3.6 percent of the total greenhouse gas reduction of the world economy in 2020.
The remaining 96 percent of greenhouse gas reductions will come from the reduction of agriculture, forestry, and aquaculture.
Green-houses are becoming a key part of agriculture and food production, as farmers use them to grow food, provide a safe and healthy environment, and reduce greenhouse gas.
Greenhouses can be a cost-effective way to get a new product to market and are also an environmentally friendly way to produce and sell products.