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Picture comes from the cattle panel trellis thread on GardenWeb.
They sell these heavy duty wire cattle panels and T-posts at the Tractor Supply, for not much money. Seems like a lot of gardeners use these cattle panels for everything, including using them to make whole little greenhouses, because they’re cheap and sturdy and handy for many things. I’m gonna use something like this for my cucumbers, squash, and melon this year. A lot of the other trellis designs I found required you to already basically have a whole room full of carpentry equipment (I don’t) or to mess around with assembling PVC pipe, which might not be so bad, but i dunno. These look pretty good, and simple.
Joan Salmonowicz tells readers what to feed chickens, how to mix your own chicken feed, including buying mixed ration feed in bulk, feed ratios, and common supplements.
By Joan Salmonowicz
By David Wright, AIA
Illustration by HYLAND FISHER
Think of a sunroom, sometimes called a sunspace, as a productive living area in your home with different benefits in different seasons. In spring and summer, a sunroom provides a relaxing living space. In winter, it’s also a great place to grow food plants. Even better, a sunroom can help heat your home! I estimate that a well-designed sunroom addition can pay for itself in less than five years through savings on food and home heating. [Keep reading….]