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glasshouse

Brit a glass building, esp a greenhouse, used for growing plants in protected or controlled conditions

greenhouse, glasshouse

A glass-enclosed, heated structure for growing plants and out-of-season fruits and vegetables under regulated, protected conditions. Also see conservatory, hothouse, orangery.
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But only two years later in the winter of 2010, the glasshouse was ravaged by storms and Glasgow City Council was forced to close it due to safety fears.
Release date- 30082019 - EnWave Corporation (TSX-V:ENW | FSE:E4U) ('EnWave', or the 'Company') reports today that it has signed a royalty-bearing commercial sublicense (the 'License') with Glasshouse Botanics Inc.
Subtropical House: This is the largest of the glasshouses, rising to eight metres at the peak - a height sufficient to accommodate sizeable trees, including palms, tree ferns, a Norfolk Island pine and a giant bird-of-paradise plant.
Glasshouse thrips are tiny black insects that cause a silver mottling on leaves and flower distortion.
Clean technology company Capstone Turbine (NasdaqGM:CPST) reported on Monday the receipt of an order for three C1000 microturbines to upgrade D'VineRipe's 27 hectare glasshouse located at Two Wells in South Australia.
In "The Block Glasshouse" Season 9 Finale, episode 65 "Grand Final," "Auctions" and "Winner Announced," the five competing teams had to design and auction out the apartments at The Block Glasshouse building on 121-127 High Street Prahran in Melbourne.
Steve added: "Any glasshouse environment will have some insects but a stick insect problem is very unusual."
The centerpiece of Chihuly Garden and Glass is the Glasshouse. A 40-foot tall, glass and steel structure covering 4,500 square feet of light-filled space, the Glasshouse is the result of Chihuly's lifelong appreciation for conservatories.
24 May 2012 a[euro]" US data centre infrastructure consultancy GlassHouse Technologies Inc announced on Thursday it had wrapped up the divestment of its Turkish subsidiary to Emre Pekar, the unita[euro](tm)s former general manager.