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Building Greenhouse 1

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Building a Greenhouse
©2001 AgriTeach.com (101801ms)
 
 
Location and Type of Greenhouse
 
Source: Fact Sheet645 - University of 
Maryland Co-op
Extension Service,David S. Ross,Extension Agric.Engineer, Dept.of Agric. Engineering
 
Getting Started
Careful planning is important before getting started.
Building a greenhouse doesn’t need to be
 expensive or time-consuming.
The type of greenhouse depends on:
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Growing space desired
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Home or school architecture
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Available sites
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Costs
The most important consideration is that the greenhousemust provide the proper environment for growing plants.
 
Location
Put the greenhouse where it gets the most sunlight:
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The best choice: the south or southeast side of a structure.
South provides all-day sunlight.
Morning sunlight on the east side is sufficient for most plants.
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An east side location captures November to February sunlight.
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Second-best is southwest or west side of major structures:
Plants will receive sunlight later in the day.
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North of structures is the least desirable location:
North is good only for plants that require little light.

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