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𝙁𝙊𝙇𝙇𝙊𝙒 𝙪𝙨 @FactsDaily.official 𝙛𝙤𝙧 𝙢𝙤𝙧𝙚 𝙛𝙖𝙘𝙩𝙨!💡
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The intensive agriculture of the province of Almeria, Spain, is a model of agricultural exploitation of high technical and economic yield based on the rational use of water, sanding, use of plastic greenhouses, high technical training and high level of employment of Inputs, on the peculiar characteristics of the environment.

The first greenhouse was built in 1963 and the technique was extended by the Campo de Dalías or Poniente Almeriense and later by the Campo de Níjar, in the east. The use of polyethylene as a substitute for glass had already been tested in the Canary Islands and Catalonia before.

The plastic was spread over wooden posts or metal structures and secured by wire. The transparent plastic intensifies the heat and maintains the humidity. This allows harvests to be harvested one month earlier than in the open field and more ahead than in other regions, starting harvesting in December and allowing the plant growth of the autumn-winter plantings until March, doubling and sometimes tripling the number of harvests.

Between January and October 2013, the province exported more than 12.8 million kilos of live plants and cut flowers, 18.4% more than in the same period of 2012. The turnover amounted to almost 18.7 million euros, 56% more. Exports of ornamental plants accounted for more than 17.8 million euros, an increase of 59% over the same period in 2012. The main buyers are France, with 59.6% of the plants, Germany, with a 14.2%, and the Netherlands, with 10.6%. They are followed by Belgium, Portugal, Italy, United Kingdom, United States and Morocco.
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Source: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Intensive_farming_in_Almería | Wonder World YT 🎥
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  • #Repost @factsdaily.official
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    𝙁𝙊𝙇𝙇𝙊𝙒 𝙪𝙨 @FactsDaily.official 𝙛𝙤𝙧 𝙢𝙤𝙧𝙚 𝙛𝙖𝙘𝙩𝙨!💡
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    The intensive agriculture of the province of Almeria, Spain, is a model of agricultural exploitation of high technical and economic yield based on the rational use of water, sanding, use of plastic greenhouses, high technical training and high level of employment of Inputs, on the peculiar characteristics of the environment.

    The first greenhouse was built in 1963 and the technique was extended by the Campo de Dalías or Poniente Almeriense and later by the Campo de Níjar, in the east. The use of polyethylene as a substitute for glass had already been tested in the Canary Islands and Catalonia before.

    The plastic was spread over wooden posts or metal structures and secured by wire. The transparent plastic intensifies the heat and maintains the humidity. This allows harvests to be harvested one month earlier than in the open field and more ahead than in other regions, starting harvesting in December and allowing the plant growth of the autumn-winter plantings until March, doubling and sometimes tripling the number of harvests.

    Between January and October 2013, the province exported more than 12.8 million kilos of live plants and cut flowers, 18.4% more than in the same period of 2012. The turnover amounted to almost 18.7 million euros, 56% more. Exports of ornamental plants accounted for more than 17.8 million euros, an increase of 59% over the same period in 2012. The main buyers are France, with 59.6% of the plants, Germany, with a 14.2%, and the Netherlands, with 10.6%. They are followed by Belgium, Portugal, Italy, United Kingdom, United States and Morocco.
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    Source: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Intensive_farming_in_Almería | Wonder World YT 🎥
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    #AlmeriaGreenhouse #Almeria #greenhouse #facts #fact #facts 💯 #factsoflife #allfacts #factsdaily   #knowledge #knowledgeispower #interestingfacts #dailyfacts #dailyfact #amazingfacts #worldfacts   #instafact #instafacts #science #didyouknow
  • 8 0 3 hours ago
  • #Repost @factsdaily.official
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𝙁𝙊𝙇𝙇𝙊𝙒 𝙪𝙨 @FactsDaily.official 𝙛𝙤𝙧 𝙢𝙤𝙧𝙚 𝙛𝙖𝙘𝙩𝙨!💡
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👉 @factsdaily.official🌏
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👉 @factsdaily.official🌏
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The intensive agriculture of the province of Almeria, Spain, is a model of agricultural exploitation of high technical and economic yield based on the rational use of water, sanding, use of plastic greenhouses, high technical training and high level of employment of Inputs, on the peculiar characteristics of the environment.

The first greenhouse was built in 1963 and the technique was extended by the Campo de Dalías or Poniente Almeriense and later by the Campo de Níjar, in the east. The use of polyethylene as a substitute for glass had already been tested in the Canary Islands and Catalonia before.

The plastic was spread over wooden posts or metal structures and secured by wire. The transparent plastic intensifies the heat and maintains the humidity. This allows harvests to be harvested one month earlier than in the open field and more ahead than in other regions, starting harvesting in December and allowing the plant growth of the autumn-winter plantings until March, doubling and sometimes tripling the number of harvests.

Between January and October 2013, the province exported more than 12.8 million kilos of live plants and cut flowers, 18.4% more than in the same period of 2012. The turnover amounted to almost 18.7 million euros, 56% more. Exports of ornamental plants accounted for more than 17.8 million euros, an increase of 59% over the same period in 2012. The main buyers are France, with 59.6% of the plants, Germany, with a 14.2%, and the Netherlands, with 10.6%. They are followed by Belgium, Portugal, Italy, United Kingdom, United States and Morocco.
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Source: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Intensive_farming_in_Almería | Wonder World YT 🎥
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#AlmeriaGreenhouse #Almeria #greenhouse #facts #fact #facts💯 #factsoflife #allfacts #factsdaily  #knowledge #knowledgeispower #interestingfacts #dailyfacts #dailyfact #amazingfacts #worldfacts  #instafact #instafacts #science #didyouknow
  • #Repost @factsdaily.official
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    𝙁𝙊𝙇𝙇𝙊𝙒 𝙪𝙨 @FactsDaily.official 𝙛𝙤𝙧 𝙢𝙤𝙧𝙚 𝙛𝙖𝙘𝙩𝙨!💡
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    👉 @factsdaily.official🌏
    👉 @factsdaily.official🌏
    👉 @factsdaily.official🌏
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    The intensive agriculture of the province of Almeria, Spain, is a model of agricultural exploitation of high technical and economic yield based on the rational use of water, sanding, use of plastic greenhouses, high technical training and high level of employment of Inputs, on the peculiar characteristics of the environment.

    The first greenhouse was built in 1963 and the technique was extended by the Campo de Dalías or Poniente Almeriense and later by the Campo de Níjar, in the east. The use of polyethylene as a substitute for glass had already been tested in the Canary Islands and Catalonia before.

    The plastic was spread over wooden posts or metal structures and secured by wire. The transparent plastic intensifies the heat and maintains the humidity. This allows harvests to be harvested one month earlier than in the open field and more ahead than in other regions, starting harvesting in December and allowing the plant growth of the autumn-winter plantings until March, doubling and sometimes tripling the number of harvests.

    Between January and October 2013, the province exported more than 12.8 million kilos of live plants and cut flowers, 18.4% more than in the same period of 2012. The turnover amounted to almost 18.7 million euros, 56% more. Exports of ornamental plants accounted for more than 17.8 million euros, an increase of 59% over the same period in 2012. The main buyers are France, with 59.6% of the plants, Germany, with a 14.2%, and the Netherlands, with 10.6%. They are followed by Belgium, Portugal, Italy, United Kingdom, United States and Morocco.
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    Source: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Intensive_farming_in_Almería | Wonder World YT 🎥
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    #AlmeriaGreenhouse #Almeria #greenhouse #facts #fact #facts 💯 #factsoflife #allfacts #factsdaily   #knowledge #knowledgeispower #interestingfacts #dailyfacts #dailyfact #amazingfacts #worldfacts   #instafact #instafacts #science #didyouknow
  • 2 0 3 hours ago
  • Reposted from @3rdeyeopener -  We should enforce this stateside.
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New Filipino Law Requires Every Student To Plant 10 Trees If They Want To Graduate 🌱
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The Philippines, a tropical island nation in the Pacific, will now require by law all graduating students from elementary school to college plant 10 trees each before they can graduate.

The bill, called the “Graduation Legacy For the Environment Act,” was approved in the House and is now sent to the Philippines Senate for action. Proponents of the law see this as an opportunity for the Filipino youth to help tackle climate change and build a greener environment for their generation. “To this end, the educational system shall be a locus for propagating ethical and sustainable use of natural resources among the young to ensure the cultivation of a socially-responsible and conscious citizenry,” The House bill stated, which was authored by representative Gary Alejano.

Alejano estimates that over the course of one generation the bill will be responsible for 525 billion trees planted. This comes from over 12 million students graduating from elementary school each year, 5 million from high school and 500,000 from college, equaling 175 million new trees planted each year.
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𝙁𝙊𝙇𝙇𝙊𝙒 𝙪𝙨 @FactsDaily.official 𝙛𝙤𝙧 𝙢𝙤𝙧𝙚 𝙛𝙖𝙘𝙩𝙨!💡
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Source: @worldeconomicforum | www.forbes.com/sites/trevornace/2019/05/29/new-filipino-law-requires-every-student-to-plant-10-trees-if-they-want-to-graduate/amp/
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  • Reposted from @3rdeyeopener - We should enforce this stateside.
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    New Filipino Law Requires Every Student To Plant 10 Trees If They Want To Graduate 🌱
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    The Philippines, a tropical island nation in the Pacific, will now require by law all graduating students from elementary school to college plant 10 trees each before they can graduate.

    The bill, called the “Graduation Legacy For the Environment Act,” was approved in the House and is now sent to the Philippines Senate for action. Proponents of the law see this as an opportunity for the Filipino youth to help tackle climate change and build a greener environment for their generation. “To this end, the educational system shall be a locus for propagating ethical and sustainable use of natural resources among the young to ensure the cultivation of a socially-responsible and conscious citizenry,” The House bill stated, which was authored by representative Gary Alejano.

    Alejano estimates that over the course of one generation the bill will be responsible for 525 billion trees planted. This comes from over 12 million students graduating from elementary school each year, 5 million from high school and 500,000 from college, equaling 175 million new trees planted each year.
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    𝙁𝙊𝙇𝙇𝙊𝙒 𝙪𝙨 @FactsDaily.official 𝙛𝙤𝙧 𝙢𝙤𝙧𝙚 𝙛𝙖𝙘𝙩𝙨!💡
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    Source: @worldeconomicforum | www.forbes.com/sites/trevornace/2019/05/29/new-filipino-law-requires-every-student-to-plant-10-trees-if-they-want-to-graduate/amp/
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  • 5 0 5 hours ago
  • Fact #49 | The next time you see a can of Pringles, take a closer look you won’t see the word “chip” anywhere on the packaging. That’s because Pringles aren’t made of thinly-sliced potatoes, but instead dehydrated potato flakes pressed into their signature parabolic shape. That’s what makes them less greasy. But when other potato chip manufacturers complained, the Food and Drug Administration ruled that Pringles couldn’t be marketed as chips. The company eventually settled on “potato crisp.”
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  • Fact #49 | The next time you see a can of Pringles, take a closer look you won’t see the word “chip” anywhere on the packaging. That’s because Pringles aren’t made of thinly-sliced potatoes, but instead dehydrated potato flakes pressed into their signature parabolic shape. That’s what makes them less greasy. But when other potato chip manufacturers complained, the Food and Drug Administration ruled that Pringles couldn’t be marketed as chips. The company eventually settled on “potato crisp.”
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  • Diabetes is way too often referenced as a joke with a caption about eating sweets. For example, “I ate so much cake I thought I’d get diabetes”, or “these cookies are so sweet they’ll give anyone diabetes”. SO funny 😡
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Have you heard anything like this? ..
.. The tally has been going up lately and I finally got into it on IG after calling out a lightly offensive but stupid comment made by a celebrity, and I’m still shocked at what happened... I was told by fans to drop it, stop being sensitive, dozens of eye-rolling emojis, that the celebrity “was talking about type 2”, and that “he’s a healthy guy and doesn’t know the difference”. ..
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Hmm... we don’t think cancer is very funny. We don’t make fun of children with incurable diseases, we don’t think it’s right to fat shame, BUT diabetes? ..
🍪Well, 84.1 million U.S. adults have prediabetes but maybe they’re ok with being made fun of? ..
🍪40,000 people are diagnosed each year with type 1, which has ZERO to do with eating sugar, and 🍪30+ million people have type 2 in the U.S.
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So, if it’s ok that celebrities don’t know the difference, they aren’t trying very hard. Maybe it’s time to get better jokes or keep eating that cake and hope for a diagnosis so they’ll finally learn the difference 🙄🙄
***OR pay the diabetes supplies bill for a person with #t1d for a year! Maybe then, they’ll learn a thing or 2....
👊 #takenoshit 👊
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#diabetes #type1diabetes #type2diabetes #diabetic #instafacts #diabetesawareness #diabetestype2 #diabetestype1 #chronicdisease #healthylifestyle #dietitian #diabeteseducation #diabeteseducator #disease #notfunny #celebrities #sugar #healthcare #healthadvocate #jdrf #instahealth #diabetesadvocacy @nutrition_facts_org @physicianscommittee
  • Diabetes is way too often referenced as a joke with a caption about eating sweets. For example, “I ate so much cake I thought I’d get diabetes”, or “these cookies are so sweet they’ll give anyone diabetes”. SO funny 😡
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    Have you heard anything like this? ..
    .. The tally has been going up lately and I finally got into it on IG after calling out a lightly offensive but stupid comment made by a celebrity, and I’m still shocked at what happened... I was told by fans to drop it, stop being sensitive, dozens of eye-rolling emojis, that the celebrity “was talking about type 2”, and that “he’s a healthy guy and doesn’t know the difference”. ..
    ..
    Hmm... we don’t think cancer is very funny. We don’t make fun of children with incurable diseases, we don’t think it’s right to fat shame, BUT diabetes? ..
    🍪Well, 84.1 million U.S. adults have prediabetes but maybe they’re ok with being made fun of? ..
    🍪40,000 people are diagnosed each year with type 1, which has ZERO to do with eating sugar, and 🍪30+ million people have type 2 in the U.S.
    ..
    🍩🍪🍫🍭
    So, if it’s ok that celebrities don’t know the difference, they aren’t trying very hard. Maybe it’s time to get better jokes or keep eating that cake and hope for a diagnosis so they’ll finally learn the difference 🙄🙄
    ***OR pay the diabetes supplies bill for a person with #t1d for a year! Maybe then, they’ll learn a thing or 2....
    👊 #takenoshit 👊
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    #diabetes #type1diabetes #type2diabetes #diabetic #instafacts #diabetesawareness #diabetestype2 #diabetestype1 #chronicdisease #healthylifestyle #dietitian #diabeteseducation #diabeteseducator #disease #notfunny #celebrities #sugar #healthcare #healthadvocate #jdrf #instahealth #diabetesadvocacy @nutrition_facts_org @physicianscommittee
  • 19 0 7 hours ago