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Tunnel greenhouse

Discover innovative tunnel greenhouse ideas to extend your gardening season and grow a variety of plants all year round. Create a sustainable and productive garden with these top ideas.
Rainwater Harvesting, Rain Water Collection System, Hydroponics, Hydroponic Gardening, Drip Irrigation System, Irrigation, Rainwater, Tunnel Greenhouse, Aquaponics

Make high tunnels more profitable for crop production by installing a system to catch, store, and reuse the rainwater from periodic rain events. The authors describe system components, give approximate costs, and detail year-round maintenance procedures. Also described is a drip irrigation system.

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Sonja Snelling
FieldPro Gothic High Tunnel Package Tunnel Greenhouse, Greenhouse Frame, Diy Greenhouse Plans, Mini Greenhouse, Greenhouse Gardening, Hydroponics Diy, Aquaponics, Ventilation System, Little Garden

The FieldPro High Tunnel is designed with the small fruit and specialty crop grower in mind. The frame goes up quickly and easily so you can get an earlier jump on the growing season. The FieldPro High Tunnel is available in three standard widths and can be easily configured to meet your needs. Width: 20', 24', or 30'

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Karl buttner
5 tips for growing in a tunnel house #thisNZlife #garden #gardening #growing #hothouse #tunnelhouse #gardener #plants #planting Gardens, Gardening, The Great Outdoors, Vegetable Garden Design, Growing Vegetables, Gardening Tips, Vege Garden Ideas, Raised Garden, Hydroponic Gardening

For a small investment you can double your food production. Words: Ben Gaia Whether home-made or custom-designed, having a large covered area in our climate enables us to extend our range of growing times and species. Veges can be grown right through the frosty months, providing salads and peas for home use. Propagating under cover gets your seedlings going weeks ahead of normal, allowing for late spring planting after frosts. Spring sees the propagating trays fill the floor and every…

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