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How To Build a Greenhouse

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My father-in-law and I built this greenhouse to get a month head start on growing. We leveled out the ground to grade, placed 3 sheets of 2" foam down side by side, put 6 treated fence posts in, covered with 18" of heavy soil, built a frame to tie the posts together, and covered with 6 mil plastic.  Also, my father-in-law built a nifty door that we prop open when it gets hot. In early June, the plastic will come off. The insulating foam keeps the icy cold away from the mounded soil, thus allowing it to warm. Even on cloudy cool days, it will get in the 70's inside this house if it is all sealed up. As of May 9th, our pumpkins and melons were getting their second leaves - this is only something you could dream about in our icy northern Wisconsin climate before we had this house! So actually, we gain more than a month - perhaps next year we will try mammoth pumpkins! Complete plans for this greenhouse are posted here.

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