Monsanto to install ‘bamboo’ plant in Washington State

GE is expected to plant hundreds of millions of dollars of bamboo at a former factory site in Spokane, Washington, to make the product it plans to sell on the black market.

The $1.9 billion facility will house a 1,000-acre site with 3,600 acres of reclaimed land that once housed a cotton mill.

GE has been working on the plant for years.

The company is hoping the bamboo plant will become a staple in the local food market and attract customers to the nearby city of Spokane.

In the late 1990s, GE introduced the bamboo that can be used in a range of products including cosmetics and household goods.

But now the company is planning to build a bamboo plant in the plant’s original location to produce the product that it wants to sell to the black markets.

GE says it plans the plant to be used primarily as a feedstock for genetically engineered seeds and will produce a new product every two years.

GE officials say the plant will be grown in a sustainable way, and the company will use a certified organic certification to ensure it is not genetically modified.

The plant will provide GE with the required seed stock and a supply of seedlings that are certified organic, said Dan Eberhart, GE’s vice president of product development and agronomy.

The bamboo plant is expected at the plant site in December.

The former mill was closed in 2015 after the county of Spokane declared the property unsafe for human habitation.

The land has been owned by the company since 1998 and was a former cotton mill that employed around 1,500 people.

The site has been a site of industrial activity since 2000, when GE purchased the plant and the surrounding area from the county for $10 million.

GE hopes to bring its bamboo plant to the Spokane area in the coming years.

Which iPhone 7 Plus iPhone 7 models are coming to Australia soon?

Australia is set to get its first look at the next iPhone 7s and 7s Plus models in the next few days, with Apple’s new line-up of iPhone 7 and 7 Plus models set to make their debut at Australia’s September 6 launch event.

Apple is currently preparing to unveil its new flagship iPhone 7 model at the event, with its press conference starting at 10:30am AEST, with the iPhone 7S and 7S Plus models expected to be unveiled alongside the new handset.

The iPhone 7 line-ups are set to be announced in Sydney and Melbourne at the same time, but the new iPhone models will not be announced by Apple at the time of the event.

In an attempt to help prepare Australians for the upcoming launch of the new iPhones, Apple has provided an extensive guide on the new model, including detailed specs, price and release date information.

It will be interesting to see how the iPhone S and S Plus line-items fare in Australia, with some reports suggesting that the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus will be available on September 9, while others suggest that the new models will be unveiled at the September 6 event.

It’s also worth noting that Apple is planning to release the iPhone X at the iPhone event, but it’s unclear whether the company will introduce a new iPhone X model at this time.

How to design an amazing garden

Landscape designer Sarah Mottram recently shared a few of her top tips for creating an outdoor space that will be more inviting to the neighbors.

“When you’re walking around the house, it’s hard to know where the neighbors are, and the whole thing has to feel like a little adventure,” she said.

“When you have an outdoor garden, you can tell the neighbors you’re the one who has the most fun and has a big garden.”

Mottram’s garden is one of several she’s creating to help others enjoy their garden in a more intimate setting.

“I love seeing a landscape with more people, especially families, and you can also have more of an intimate vibe,” she told The Washington Post.

“I’ve also seen people in groups of four, with kids and people on bicycles, which is really nice for families.”

Mackay said that in many ways, she’s looking to expand the garden by creating more space for the gardeners and the family-friendly vibe.

“You want the environment to feel inviting, but also to be accessible to the kids, so I’m trying to do a little bit more of both,” she explained.

“The more I can get them in, the more I’ll enjoy the experience.”

Micki Lee is a freelance writer and writer-in-residence at the Washington Post’s National Geographic Society.

Follow her on Twitter @MickieLee.