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Old 06-12-2019, 05:09 AM #211
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If you do, get this stuff.
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I picked mine up at Home Depot. It comes in 12' width also which might be better for you. I use it and it's been on the ground for 4 years. Anything else I tried actually encouraged weeds to grow. For the amount you need, check with a local plant nursery or store and ask them for some. Worse case, they'll say "No".
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I lost my helper and need to get stuff going inside. There will be updates for the next season. For now, I've got to get the cover on and come up with a ventilation system that will be light proof. There are some 12" fans that do 2900 fpm3 with a flex duct. At half speed it would change the air every minute.
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If you do, get this stuff.
https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B07KKGKCZD/...A3SMFOWYM55T1Z

I picked mine up at Home Depot. It comes in 12' width also which might be better for you. I use it and it's been on the ground for 4 years. Anything else I tried actually encouraged weeds to grow. For the amount you need, check with a local plant nursery or store and ask them for some. Worse case, they'll say "No".
I really like the woven ground cover. I have it in all my greenhouses. You can sweep it clean but allows water to pass through. Won't ever get muddy in there. And the lines on it let's you line it up perfectly straight. I get the 4' x 300ft rolls for 70$. One of my local shops even sells it in white to reflect light and heat.. But it's more expensive.

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If you do, get this stuff.
https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B07KKGKCZD/...A3SMFOWYM55T1Z

I picked mine up at Home Depot. It comes in 12' width also which might be better for you. I use it and it's been on the ground for 4 years. Anything else I tried actually encouraged weeds to grow. For the amount you need, check with a local plant nursery or store and ask them for some. Worse case, they'll say "No".
Good advice on the flooring. Thanks. Should start covering it today if its not too windy. I got some snap on clips to hold the cover in place while locking it in the channel. Floor will complete it next week.
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I really like the woven ground cover. I have it in all my greenhouses. You can sweep it clean but allows water to pass through. Won't ever get muddy in there. And the lines on it let's you line it up perfectly straight. I get the 4' x 300ft rolls for 70$. One of my local shops even sells it in white to reflect light and heat.. But it's more expensive.

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