market-farming digest: September 26, 2000

marc at aculink.net marc at aculink.net
Wed Sep 27 21:59:51 EDT 2000


I have found hobby greenhouses tend to be much more
expensive than a standard fairly good size greenhouse of the
same price.

Marc Nameth



market farming digest wrote:
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> MARKET-FARMING Digest for Tuesday, September 26, 2000.
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> 1. Greenhouse
> 2. Farm Direct Marketing
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> Subject: Greenhouse
> From: "Kathy Somers" <SomersFarm at kingcon.com>
> Date: Tue, 26 Sep 2000 15:11:10 -0400
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> I came across a web site selling hobby greenhouses, and using a =
> corrogated plastic to cover them with.  Compared to poly, glass, lexan =
> etc:  it seems according to them to have a better heat retention factor. =
>  Has any one ever used this stuff.  It comes in rolls and also in =
> sheets.  If we definately decide to do tomatoes, peppers etc:  we will =
> need to heat the greenhouse.  March is likely to bring zero degree =
> nights in our area. =20
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> I did order Secrets to a Successful Greenhouse and Business by TM =
> Taylor.  This is an excellent book and the plans for the greenhouse are =
> very good.  Lots of good information. =20
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> Thank you again for all of the help you all are offering.  I really =
> appreciate it. =20
> Kathy in Vermont
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