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[Total: 0   Average: 0/5]You must sign in to vote Want your garden to survive this fall longer than your pesky, know it all neighbor’s? Here’s a couple of tips… but don’t tell HIM…! Video Rating: 5 / 5 The Container Gardening Secrets – Secrets to Container Gardening The Container Gard… Video Rating: 5 / 5

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  • texasprepper2 7 years ago

    I’m looking for something to turn on the water faucet at 35 degrees, and off later. The well is 240v.
    I? don’t see anything 240v in a thermocube.

  • kcbigjoe 7 years ago

    It all depends on how many drums verses how many square foot. I do not know the math. If I had your greenhouse I would consider 3-4 drums standing up. I live in KC area and I buried mine laying down. One each in a 4×10 small hoop cover. I grew spinach, kale and some herbs successfully. They didn’t thrive, but the did produce and we were able to pick some throughout the winter. Our greens? were grown in the ground. This year we will be incorporating chicken manure for heat.

  • texasprepper2 7 years ago

    Where can I find me? one of them “thermahookies” and how does it work…?
    Sounds like a snooze alarm if I ever saw one.

  • texasprepper2 7 years ago

    And that keeps it warm enough in the greenhouse, down to how low a temp outside…??

  • texasprepper2 7 years ago

    I saw your? ch tractor… excellent. The greenhouse gets HOT on hot days… probably 20+ degrees hotter, so you have to ventilate. Make U one.

  • PreacherPrepper 7 years ago

    I put 2 – 55 gallon barrels painted flat black filled with water in mine to collect solar heat and keep plants thriving during the cold nights. Great job on your green? house.

  • joatmaster0 7 years ago

    Thanks for the information. Time to go watch your? greenhouse video.

  • DailyPrepper 7 years ago

    We don’t see too much frost in my part of California but we were able to get a jump on the season by having a little greenhouse. It was also from? Harbor Freight, right around $25 each. We liked how they worked so well, we bought 2 more for this upcoming Fall and Spring!

  • HomemakerHandGuide 7 years ago

    Awesome tips 🙂 Thanks :)?

  • mhpgardener 7 years ago

    Good? tips. I think you know how I feel about a greenhouse. 🙂 Nice job.

  • 03DexterHauler 7 years ago

    Great info. How much warmer are the temps in the green house? ? I make my chicken tractors the same way with the cattle panels, so finishing one as a greenhouse would be easy.