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Poly Tunnel Frame

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Category Gardening
Type Functional
Style Eco-Friendly
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What was your source for this garden project? Online Photo or Website
Name of website or photo LDSprepper Mittleider Gardening
Tell us more about what inspired you. LDSprepper on YouTube

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What materials did you use? PVC Pipes: 1/2 in. Schedule 40 PVC Pipe 3/4 in. Class 200 PVC Pipe 6 Mil Plastic Sheeting PVC elbows and joints. (We didn't want to bend the PVC pipes.)

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What are you most proud of? It gives us a 2 month jump on the front end of our growing season (which is short in Washington State.) We may get another month or more to grow our plants in the fall.

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? We preferred to use elbows rather then bending the pipe because our gardens are 4' wide.

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We added several months to our growing season by making poly tunnels. We start plants in our house and plant them under the poly tunnels in March & April. We've already harvested lettuce, strawberries, spinach, potatoes & some zucchini, just to name a few items. My husband added a PVC pipe sprinkling system, which makes watering easier and more effective. We got our ideas from LDSprepper on Youtube.

07/12/2014 Flag

You can see more about this and our strawberry barrel on my husband's blog: handcraftedbygeorge.blogspot.com

07/12/2014 Flag