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Re: OT: CULT: If hubby builds a greenhouse...

Something to remember also is that not all things trigger on temperature alone. Some trigger on amount of daylight, increasing daylight, decreasing daylight etc.

On Apr 16, 2004, at 3:38 PM, Showtime Farm wrote:

My husband has gotten this idea that he can build a greenhouse out of an
unused dog kennel... and has asked me what I need to have in it...which I
don't know....

I also don't know what would be the best/cheapest way to make this type of
conversion. I want to grow some produce out of season...
eggplant...melon...anything with flowers big enough to pollenate by hand I
guess... and also use it for overwintering my seedlings....

So, those of you who have greenhouses... what are the must haves... and the
don'ts and any ideas on this specific conversion....


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