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HousingCreating Microclimates to Expand Diversity of Crops To create a larger diversity of crops it is beneficial in many regions to create microclimates that expand the climate to foster growth of plants that would otherwise not grow or thrive. Ingenious methods and technologies exist that can expand the spectrum of locally grown food to meet the local demands. Many methods to integrate microclimates that raise or lower the average temperature and reduce or elevate the relative humidity exist to maximize the spectrum and quantity of food production even to provide food all year round in freezing temperatures or draught conditions.