Definition of greening
: any of several green-skinned apples
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Similar greening projects have brought population explosions in other cities.
Chicago rabbits may not be quite as big, but their numbers have risen dramatically since the 1990s, when Mayor Daley's various greening projects began to invite more woodland creatures into an urban environment.
Those insects were detected in Baldwin County in 2008, but no signs of the greening disease were confirmed.
Once a tree has become infected with greening disease there is no known remedy other than removal of the tree, according to ADAI.
The industry — battling deadly citrus greening disease — filled 81.6 million boxes of oranges during the 2015-2016 season.
Much has been made of the greening of the Los Angeles River, especially in the areas between Griffith Park and downtown L.A. But the river has steadily been getting improvements upstream, too.
Give citrus trees the best care possible to avoid the greening disease.
The moss growth is still modest compared to what’s happening in the Arctic, where a large-scale greening trend has even been captured by satellite.
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