What Are the Plants Grown in Singapore?

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The weather pattern in Singapore is normally 29°C, there is a Wind North West wind that blows at 13 kilometres per hour and a 70% Humidity rate which allow for corn, rice, garden bamboo, leafy vegetables and bean sprouts and orchids. Singapore is an Asian city-state at the southern tip of the Peninsula of Malay. It is located about 137 kilometres to the North of the Equator.
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