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Plants that live in cold climates include saxifrages, willows and ranunculus. Other types of plants that do well in cold climates are pinks and whitlow-grass. More »

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The main types of agriculture done in cold climates are livestock farming and horticulture. Advances in technology and careful planning have enabled farmers to expand the acreage under crop cultivation in cold climate ar... More »

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Cold-climate heat pumps heat homes in the winter and cool homes in the summer. The systems work by moving heat from one place to another, bringing heat from outside in during winter and removing it during summer. More »

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Grow ranunculus plants in pots by planting them in 10-inch containers, using well-drained potting soil, watering them regularly and placing them in a location with exposure to full sunlight. Mulch the plants to keep the ... More »

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