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What is polycarbonate UV protection?

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polycarbonate UV protection

Today, polycarbonate is widely used in construction, in the manufacture of translucent structures and in the decoration of buildings. Of the entire selection of materials, cellular polycarbonate with UV protection is most popular. read more →

Year-round greens growing

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Year-round greenery growing in a greenhouse

We add a variety of greens in almost all the dishes on our table. In winter, juicy greens provide a joyful mood and improve appetite. Let’s figure out in greens growing. read more →

Advantages of Drop-Shaped Greenhouse Design

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climapod spirit 7'x12' small greenhouse complete kit

ClimaPod Greenhouse is a modern designed greenhouse for growing early vegetables and herbs. It looks great, strong, reliable and attractive. The Drop-Shaped ClimaPod Greenhouse style belongs to the category of highly reliable structures. Our ClimaPod Greenhouse Kit is stronger than arched greenhouse because of the roof corner, which creates an additional stiffener. At the same time, greenhouses of this design better tolerate snowy winters. Snow usually slides down an inclined plane without any help. read more →

Greenhouse Beds Fencing Methods

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The formation of the rows ends with fencing with their sides. What can be used as a greenhouse beds fence?

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Do-it-yourself beds in a polycarbonate greenhouse for a good harvest

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ClimaPod 9x21 Greenhouse Kit (Tena Brune) inside

The first thing that affects fruiting is sunlight. If the beds in the greenhouse are not lit enough, the ovary will form poorly, the stems will stretch out in search of the sun, and the leaves will become pale in color. To avoid this, start thinking about the location, arrangement, and how to do this before installing the greenhouse. read more →

Step-by-step assemble of a polycarbonate greenhouse frame

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Anyone who is determined to assemble a greenhouse by yourself, you will need a screwdriver and a wrench. If you bought a ready-made greenhouse, then the set must necessarily contain all the necessary fasteners and an assemble diagram. If you are able to weld all the elements of the frame with your own hands, then you have already made a drawing, calculated and bought the elements necessary for installation. read more →

Winter Polycarbonate Greenhouse with Heating

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In recent years, polycarbonate has been widely used for the manufacture of greenhouses. This material is durable and at the same time quite elastic. It allows you to create structures of rather complex geometric shapes. In addition, it has high light transmission (up to 85% of solar radiation) and excellent thermal insulation. Due to the heat-insulating properties of the material, heating a polycarbonate greenhouse will require less thermal energy than for glass or film structures. This will significantly reduce the financial costs of winter crops grown in them. read more →

Biological Heating for Polycarbonate Greenhouse

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Horse manure mixed with sawdust - the best biofuel for a greenhouse

There are ways to save heat and soil heating in a greenhouse that do not require high costs for polycarbonate constructions. read more →

Features of Heavy-Duty ClimaPod Greenhouse

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ClimaPod Passion XL 9'x28' greenhouse

Greenhouses made of polycarbonate – the best purchase for homeowners. ClimaPod Greenhouse is equipped with this modern covering material, so gardeners interested in high yields will appreciate it. Nevertheless, when buying a ready-made greenhouse, you need to remember about the quality of the assembly. And often the greenhouse, assembled by ourselves, is not inferior in appearance and duration of operation to the greenhouse, which is assembled by professionals.

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Aeroponics. How to grow a plant in the air

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Plants can be grown not only in soil, but also practically “in the air”. The one who first thought of this, and invented aeroponics. Now this technology is used in greenhouses, greenhouses, and even on spaceships – wherever space and crop areas need to be saved. Plants are kept in special boxes, in limbo. Their roots are in moist air and are periodically sprayed with a special nutrient solution. Usually, in this case, plantings require less water and fertilizer, increase yields and reduce the ripening time of fruits (in comparison with the “traditional” substrate, or soil, method).

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