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Re: Small Greenhouses

  • Subject: Re: Small Greenhouses
  • From: james hanssens <jamesh@ZEELANDNET.NL>
  • Date: Mon, 6 Dec 2004 22:48:49 +0100

No thanks at all ,please to meet you as the Anglo-Saxxon people say .
Happy ,I have a thermostat  with it ,so now only check if it works .
With us from end november till  march  it has a daytemperature  from
about + 10 degrees Celsius till  extreme - 10 degrees .
Now the last years from  +10 degrees till  - 2 degrees .
Maybe 30 days  in january and in february  till -2 degrees
2 years ago end february we got at the day around 17 degrees , very
strange .
As I live at the sea ,when it is very misty ,the feelingtemperature is
much lower ,
which count also for my pelargoniums .

You have frequently fluctuations  in the temperature .
Is that only in winter ?


Have a good luck with your greenhouse .

Kent Fenley wrote:

>Hello James this is Kent from Indiana. I started many years ago with a small
>greenhouse. The biggest problem I faced was the quick temperature changes. In
>about a half hour the temperature could change dramatically if the sun would
>appear. I hope you have a thermostat connected to a fan to cool you greenhouse
>on a sunny winter day. Thanks for your help with the scented pelargoniums.

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