Greenhouses

Miranda Smith Miranda.Smith at creativehomeowner.com
Fri Sep 22 13:43:44 EDT 2000


I think it's wise to get a house with a peaked roof--a New England 27 or
another type with the same shape. In Vermont, you're going to have enough
snow so you want to be able to go out there, turn on the modine for a few
minutes, and have the snow fall off.  

Miranda

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> From: 	Kathy Somers
> Reply To: 	market farming
> Sent: 	Friday, September 22, 2000 5:17 PM
> To: 	market farming
> Subject: 	Greenhouses
> 
> We are in the process of expanding our farmstand operation.  We want to
> either build or purchase a new greenhouse.  We are not all that big yet
> and will use the greenhouse mainly for starting seedlings for our own
> gardens and also possibly for growing some tomato plants as an experiment
> to see if this will be a good market for us to get into.  We are in
> Vermont where the temperatures get pretty cold in February and March with
> snow etc:   Any suggestions.  We are not looking for a huge greenhouse.
> But one in the 
> 14x30-40 foot range.   Any suggestions would be helpful
> Thanks
> Kathy
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