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Design an attached winter greenhouse, end of year 2014 Update

Design an attached winter greenhouse, end of year 2014 Update

We wanted to update some of the negative effects of transplanting garden plants (along with the garden diseases and pests) in the fall into your attached winter greenhouse… We noticed that as long as sun hits the plants, the plants do well, but this year we had a couple weeks of cloudy weather and the aphids went crazy … the sun will keep them at bay to some extent, but we have found it is best to just plant from the seed in August and the plans grow extremely fast and are bigger and more healthy and pest free… not worth transplanting in our opinion … sorry I ran out of memory in my camera and it cut off when I was explaining that last year I pulled the peppers from the outside garden and let them winter over and when I put them back into the outside greenhouse after winter, they produced tons of peppers for us and it was great… I would like to try this year planting our garden peppers in the next week so they are huge when I put them outside in a 4 months and see if they do better than last years…

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Steve Mabey

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