Plant Growing Structures
Plant Growing Structures
Plant Growing Structures

Plant Growing Structures

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Plant Growing Structures - Knowing More about Green Houses, Hotbeds, and Cold Frames


Depending on the area in which you find yourself, or the season when you begin to put out the plants outdoors, you are normally going to start your vegetable crop plants in well-prepared beds, and the young plants are then transplanted later in your field or in your garden.

These plants are going to include cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli, eggplant, celery, tomato, potatoes, peppers, and others.

Table of Contents

  • Advantages of Starting Plants before Hand
  • Greenhouses
  • Advantages of a Greenhouse
  • Small Green Houses and Sash Houses
  • Ventilation in Your Greenhouse
  • Hotbeds
  • Proper Location of Hotbeds
  • Traditional Hotbed Frame
  • Sash
  • Covers for Your Hotbed
  • Hotbeds Heated with Manure
  • Hotbeds Heated with Flues
  • Hotbeds Heated with Hot Water
  • Electrically Heated Hotbeds
  • Main Advantages of an Electric Hotbed
  • Cold Frames
  • Appendix
  • Hothouse Designs
  • Conclusion
  • Author Bio
  • Publisher

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