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mature

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having reached full growth and development

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After seventy years of research and development, Pure Grown Diamonds has perfected the diamond growing process.
Handled by the Rogers Family Company, Audubon-branded coffee is 100 percent organic, shade grown and habitat friendly.
Especially since farmers around the world, particularly in Latin America, where some 65% to 70% of all the world's coffee is grown, have, over the last few years, suffered a string of difficulties.
Strawberries are grown in various areas, including Oxnard, Orange County, Ontario, Coachella Valley, San Diego, Santa Maria, Watsonville/Salinas, Fresno, Merced and Sacramento, with some regions doing two plantings a year.
Consumers are learning about the high cost of our current food system and that locally grown food is fresher and supports the local economy.
These are advertised as being some kind of wonderful superfood, and every person is vulnerable to being tempted by these come-ons, and they are, indeed, grown oil the other side of our planet.
One of the best features is being able to enjoy the fine foods grown on local farms.
Most varieties grown for home use begin to produce some nuts in about three years--enough, at least, for that first pecan pie.
In California alone, over 3,000 acres of flowers were grown in greenhouses in 1998, with approximately 12,000 additional acres grown in outdoor nursery settings.
Grown from seed the trees will reach 20 feet in 10 years.
And even the most venerable eastern white cedar looks young next to the oldest bristlecone pine, which has grown for approximately 4,800 years, he adds.
In our experience, the environmental and economic advantages of Super-Hydro-Grow Organic(TM) are most compelling when growers can actually see the results in their own fields - where they can compare yield and crop quality to control plants grown in adjacent acreage.
Someone who has never grown vegetables should probably not plow up his entire estate for the purpose of cultivating tomatoes, carrots, cucumbers and corn.
Not only have we lost power--the power to effect how our food is grown, how far it travels, and how it is processed we have lost much of our ability to re-create a local food system.