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Best Greenhouse Location Tips

you’ve decided you want a greenhouse…next is deciding the best greenhouse location and where to put it.

You know what you want to grow, how you plan on growing it, and you even know full well the amazing advantages for making this transition. Your first questions may be: “Where do I even start? How do I go about this to make sure that my system becomes a success?”

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Improve Air Quality With Versa-Kool Fans

when the proverbial “trouble” hits the fan, you’ll want Versa-Kool air circulation fans on your side.

Plants need adequate moisture, sunlight, and nutrients to grow – even the most basic gardeners know this. But why is airflow so important?

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Clear Plastic Covering

rain or shine, greenhouse plastic coverings should be designed to let in optimal light while stabilizing temperature.

What should you expect from your cover? Many things. Among them: strength, flexibility, clarity, longevity, and reliability. All can be achieved in one simple yet perfect design.

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Gavita Pro 1000 Double End Efficient Light Fixtures

the very best in the greenhouse grow light business just got a whole lot brighter.

If providing light for your plants, do it like a champ. For crops that need optimal photosynthetic conditions 24/7, don’t beat around the bush – you want only the best for your plant babies. So why not give them the best?

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Ground Cover and Landscape Fabric

the simple yet sophisticated approach to a neat, complete greenhouse: greenhouse ground cover or landscape fabric.

Not quite in the market for a fancy greenhouse foundation (at least, not yet)? You’ll need an easy and flexible way to pave over that open ground – that is, if you’re not direct planting or utilizing the soils in your structure.

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Americover New Blackout Fabric

enjoy one of the bestselling, highest-rated blackout cover options in the light deprivation greenhouse industry: Americover new blackout fabric.

Light deprivation is one of the edgiest and most modern growing methods in greenhouse agriculture today. To make sure it all happens right, you’ll need to rely on only the highest quality tools out there for your system.

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Intro to Light Deprivation Greenhouse Growing

light deprivation greenhouses are taking the world of specialized growing by storm

Different from the functions of your average greenhouse, these structures (also called auto blackout systems) are designed for one sole purpose: producing the very best flowers possible from your crop. Here’s a little intro to light deprivation to fill you in–especially if you’re a light deprivation beginner.

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Organic Growing in a Greenhouse

you’ve heard all the hype, and now you want to get down to brass tacks: is growing organically in a greenhouse really a better choice?

Beyond the earth-loving, tree-hugging stuff, what’s in it for the grower? What’s in it for your business and profits if you’re producing commercially, for that matter?

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Vermicompost in a Greenhouse

combine composting with the soil powers of earthworms – and transform waste streams into nutrient-rich, completely broken down fertilizer at practically no cost

As an organic greenhouse grower, you’re probably passionate about using only natural methods in your greenhouse, and without all those chemicals. You have natural pest repelling methods in place for your structure, and you most likely use natural fertilizers (like compost tea) to nourish your plants. Above all else, though, you want to expand your horizons and possibilities, like every good grower out there.

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Solexx: Adaptable Coverings

greenhouse growing has never been more adaptable, customizable, or affordable with the help of Solexx greenhouse panels.

For DIY growers and agriculturists who take the road less traveled, Solexx provides a top-of-the-line covering alternative to the standard frame-and-covering model. But it doesn’t just have to be an alternative – these covers can also add enhancement to your already existing structure.

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