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#greenhouse #shadecloth How We Save Our Plants From The Desert Heat

#greenhouse #shadecloth How We Save Our Plants From The Desert Heat

In this video we show how we save our plants from the brutal Desert Heat of summer using a variety of shade and Agra cloths.

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  1. curious what % shadecloth this is? It looks like 30%. How does it fare for your plants?
    I'm in Southern California and am in the process of building a greenhouse that will keep my plants alive in the extreme heat! May-November is often mid 90's to 100's

  2. In what USDA hardiness zone are you? Your land looks similar to ours, but maybe just a bit more arid. We are in 8a and have always struggled with plants dying off during the summer, so we are thinking about building a greenhouse over the winter this year.

  3. I live in South Texas right on the border to Mexico. The land in your video looks very similar to my 8 acres. I have always wanted to plant small crops. It used to be 20 acres and they used to plant tomatoes many years ago on it. The weather here has been over 100F and very dry weather just kills all plants. This is a neat project.

  4. All shaded up and ready for the summer heat! Nice job done you two. Everything is still growing super well inside that greenhouse. I hear ya on picking up some salad dressing to put on those awesome lettuces! Flower was very pretty. Yeah we know who runs the ship over there! LMBO. Stay safe and hope you two have a great weekend!

  5. The nasturtiums are cheerful. The whole garden looks yummy. Where did you get those clips for the shade cloth from and what are they called? I must have missed that episode! Great job!

  6. Plain greek yogurt with a bit of sour cream, a little pepper and garlic powder and then add your flavor. Maybe a little crumbled bleu cheese or feta, or fresh finely chopped dill, maybe a little balsamic drizzle. Anything your taste budd enjoy

  7. The first order is to take the order.. I think a true gentleman should have no problem with the universal order..
    You two have done good job with pinch of love .
    😊

  8. I’m not looking forward to the hot Tucson temps yet. That garden looks great and you two work well together.
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