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A quick and easy way to cover hoophouse crops

publication date: Oct 1, 2010
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Interior CoverAs temperatures drop and day length shortens, it’s time to get our interior covering in place inside the hoophouse for the coldest months ahead.  With an interior covering, or what we also call the “inside tent,” or the “hoops within the hoops,”  it is possible for growers in the North to harvest year-round. Farmers farther south may not need the interior covering, but for us in Michigan and similarly cold climates, it would be challenging to harvest past December without it.

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