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Old 07-09-2018, 07:46 AM #11
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Agribon is what you need. Its woven and breathable. There are all different weights. The heavier stuff is for frost protection. The lightest weight allows like 85% light transmission. It does not trap air or heat. That's what u need. Its cheap also. U can't see through it. It keeps bugs out. It makes water bead off. But it breaths enough that u don't need to have open vents.
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Old 10-02-2018, 01:19 AM #12
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you can barely see through the plastic anyways, i wouldn't bee too worried about a chopper seeing through it from however high up they are... also if you go with the double layer of inflated poly for the roof, nobody is seeing through it..
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Hanging plastic chillies is a great distraction for many curious neighbors
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Old 10-02-2018, 04:33 AM #14
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Lol. I heard someone say something about putting red xmas tree ornaments to make i look like tomatoes. Can't see it fooling anyone.
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There's a great article in the old magazine "Sinsemilla Tips" about a grower in Mendocino with 50% shade-cloth on his green house, in the 1980's.

He describes being in the green house with his crop watching LEO aircraft fly low overhead - and ignore them.
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