Tropical landscape supplies are facing stiff competition from growing plants grown indoors, the latest threat to their viability in the US as climate change makes growing crops more challenging.

As demand for growing crops increases in the developing world, the demand for fresh water is expected to surge as a result.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Food and Nutrition Service (FNS) is working to ramp up water supply, but experts say it’s still unlikely to have enough water to meet the demand.

In 2016, more than 6 million gallons of water were used to irrigate more than 7.7 million acres of tropical land.

In contrast, only 1.2 million gallons were used in 2017, according to the USDA’s Food and Agriculture Department.

To help address this water scarcity, the U.K.-based supplier, Tropicalland Supply, has created an indoor greenhouse to grow its crops.

The company says it has received over $6 million in new investment since 2014.

In addition to producing food, the company also manufactures products for outdoor uses.

The company recently partnered with the University of Kentucky to create a wind turbine with the capacity to produce electricity from the wind, using recycled water.

For years, the water supply to the growing fields has been a major problem for tropical plants.

Tropicalland’s founder and president, Ben Hovard, says they’re using recycled groundwater and plant waste to irrigates and plant their crops.

The water is pumped directly into the plants.

As more of the world’s crops are grown indoors rather than on tropical land, the challenge of finding enough fresh water to supply the growing population has made it difficult for the company to sell its products.

The supply crisis could be even worse if there’s no new supply of water to irrigators and the need to maintain a constant supply of fertilizers.

But the company says its customers are not only willing to pay for its water, but also want to buy products that help them.

For example, the brand of garden sprayer, the Grist-P, is popular with tropical plants, because it helps them water and prevent pests.

The product is made from recycled waste water, so Hovart says they’ve also found customers who want to recycle their water.

The Tropicalland website says it is one of the fastest growing garden companies in the U, with sales exceeding $6 billion in the first six months of 2017.

Hovard says the company has also been working with the U-K to create an indoor wind turbine.

He says that the company can only provide a certain amount of power to the plant.HOVARD: The company can provide about 3-5 watts of power.

So the plant needs to keep up to 5 watts of electricity, and that’s what we’re trying to do.

The plants use this energy to grow.

We want to make sure they’re getting the maximum amount of energy that they need.

The greenhouse in which Tropicalland supplies its crops is being built in a large barn near a water pumping station.

The greenhouse will be able to provide enough electricity to power the farm.

The factory is expected in mid-2020.