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Re: Greenhouse problems

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  • Subject: Re: Greenhouse problems
  • From: "Jesse Bell" <justjess01@gmail.com>
  • Date: Mon, 3 Nov 2008 08:59:10 -0600
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Good idea.  The hard part is getting my husband motivated to do that for
me!  He has enough projects of his own.  He has a welding project coming up
though...I may see if I can sneak that in there!  Thanks for the idea.

On 11/2/08, Daryl <dp2413@comcast.net> wrote:
> Jesse, use those shepard hooks to hang plants in the greenhouse.  Or go out
>> and buy those indoor self standing clothes hanging racks if you have alot
>> of
>> them.
> After several years of diddling around with what turned out to be lame
> supports,
> Bill made some plant hangers (long) s for me, since the shepard's hooks
> didn't work very well. He took iron pipe and some iron pipe "T's" and made a
> rack that could hold almost anything. I can't figure out how to draw it here
> , but it was basically an upside down "T" foot attached to an upright. The
> upright is connected with a right angle to a 12' horizontal bar to another
> upright (downright?)
> d
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