Bubble insulated greenhouse

Discussion in 'Homesteading Questions' started by revontulet, Mar 9, 2004.

  1. revontulet

    revontulet Well-Known Member

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  2. Ross

    Ross Moderator Staff Member Supporter

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    Nope never heard of it and I'm not the "Ross" in question, pulling your leg either. I can tell you Perth which is an hour west of me can get very cold and it does get stinkin hot here too. So if it works here they're on to something.
     

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    agmantoo agmantoo Supporter

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    That was a most interesting site. I thoroughly enjoyed reading and viewing. Thanks for sharing
     
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    12vman Offgridkindaguy

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  5. revontulet

    revontulet Well-Known Member

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    I live near Canada and gets cold and hot here too. I was looking for ideas on building my own greenhouse so I could have food year round.

    You're welcome agmantoo, sharing is what it's all aboot.

    http://www.tdc.ca/soapbubbles.jpg
    This is a pretty veiw. Lots of lil rainbows I bet.
     
  6. flutemandolin

    flutemandolin mark an eight, dude!

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    Cool! Wonder if they got the idea while watching the Lawrence Welk show? :haha:

    I'm interested in the idea of year round greenhouse gardening with minimal fossil fuel heat input (I'm in MN). Will put this on my list of ideas to consider!