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Only 2 weeks left. In this episode, I show you how I put the greenhouse plastic on step-by-step. As I say in the video, it’s extremely important to get the proper plastic designed for long-term exposure to the elements. My big greenhouse has survived 2 and a half years of sun, high winds, thunderstorms, sleet, snow, and hail! Big box store plastic will only last 6 – 12 months if that. If you’re not interested in the greenhouse, I’ll bet you know somebody who would be. Chat with them and see, then either send them to me or enter them yourself. But, they gotta know and agree to the terms which, as you know, isn’t much. I hope you enjoy the video. Tell me what you think!
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This fall we were asked to do a garden project at Armstrong High School in RVA (Richmond, Virginia) by one of the science teachers. We stepped up to the challenge by building a custom soil-less hydroponic system as well as aeroponic and soil plant production systems. We upcycled plastic buckets headed for the dump, as well as scrap timber, PVC left over from the 2015 UCI World Road Championship, and had friends donate awesome aeroponic and PV equipment.
The kids wanted to grow strawberries so we planted about 100 strawberry plants total at the school, and in spring students will be able to compare fruit production of the three systems to see which is more efficient. We have installed solar panels and are working to finish installing a rainwater harvesting system.
Right now we are capturing rainwater to re-use in our systems, which this video fails to show, but we will hopefully amend that once our gutters are fully installed!