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Old 02-22-2019, 01:22 PM #21
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Well i picked polycarbonate because it seemed like a good decision- i had the option to import it from Russia so it would be cheaper then prefabricated poly greenhouses here!


Bending my own steel tubes is certainly cheaper- just got a price. Too bad your thread is missing a lot of pictures :( i have to see if i manage to find a step by step guide about how to fit the double polly, mount the blowers and also how to make the entire sidewalls go up! I'm a bit lost!


Thanks for the reply, means a lot!


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P.S. would it be possible to mount the light dep tarp under the poly so it wouldn't be visible to neighbours? Gotta keep it stealth!
You can build a hoop inside the hoop, if that makes sense.
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Old 02-22-2019, 01:57 PM #22
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It does! I was thinking about that-yes! Thanks!

Is it possible to have roll up sidewalls with double inflated poly? Not really huh? Sorry for the beginner questions and thanks for the patience!
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Old 02-23-2019, 03:29 PM #23
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Hardware cloth will keep out rodents, provide some security, and will diffuse the light cooling it off. It also helps break the wind.

It distorts the image a tiny bit and is easier to deal with and looks nicer than chain link.
It will help protect from hail.
Window screen over the hardware cloth will cool it off a little bit more, and hide a little more, while still allowing in light.
Not as drastic as sun screen.
On the hottest days, spray it with water. Cool things down even more.
Hotcaps, buckets...
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I have seen really nice plant cages for a few plants made from lumber and chainlink.
i've been looking at used dog lots made from chain-link for sale on craigslist. stretch some camo netting over it for shade cloth...
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