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Mobile greenhouse a plus for Canada farm

publication date: Feb 1, 2002
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We started thinking about how to make better use of our greenhouses. The idea for moveable greenhouses came from Eliot Coleman’s The New Organic Grower, the reference book for many market gardeners. After contemplating his rather complicated looking designs for a few years, I decided to attach the frame of our next greenhouse to simple angle iron skids. We were so satisfied with the benefits of being able to move the house that we’ve put two more on skids and will do so for the next one as well.



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