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Building Greenhouse 1

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:
Growing space desired
Home or school architecture
Available sites
The most important consideration is that the greenhousemust provide the proper environment for growing plants.
Put the greenhouse where it gets the most sunlight:
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.
An east side location captures November to February sunlight.
Second-best is southwest or west side of major structures:
Plants will receive sunlight later in the day.
North of structures is the least desirable location:
North is good only for plants that require little light.

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