Organic with the Hippie

Great idea for the wire bag liners! :+1::100::v:

2 Likes

I love greenpoint seeds. Super easy to buy and I’ve had some good success with them.

2 Likes

Got my Purple Dream order in!:+1:

3 Likes

I really like that bag liner idea that looks great I’ve been sewing heavy duty zip ties to the outside of my growbags to then tie the branches down to but those are smaller bags that idea looks great for the larger bags I’m planning on using in my greenhouse I might have to try that out. I’m jealous of your tea making set up man that looks great I’ve been wanting to start up with that I just don’t have the space or set up for it yet.
I think you’ll enjoy the dry ice method. Its pretty simple and like you said another nice clean option.

5 Likes

Punch bubble / purple Larry look Otay :+1:t2::grimacing:

4 Likes

@Thisoldman

1 Like

Jeanne the customer service woman is cute as well :blush::v:t2::blush:

3 Likes

Love the lady bugs indeed…Have you by chance used “Lacewings” after this next harvest I’m going to buy some…

2 Likes

Not sure if I read this correctly but your putting a green house in back of your barn and at the present there’s concrete slab? Well tap-cons work awesome drilling into concrete I did a ton of tap-cons in my grow building block walls and concrete flooring. Easy drilling if you have a good power drill drills like butter actually with concrete bit and good drill…

3 Likes

Those do look like a very interesting idea as well. I’ll have to give those some serious thought. I was planning on the reclaimed railroad ties because if its a quote unquote “moveable” structure then no taxes where I am so with those I can have it secured down and still have it be fairly “moveable”. But I might be able to find a way to work those in to. I’m workin on converting a 10x20 ft heavy duty carport that someone gave me into a greenhouse for my first one so we’ll see how that goes and then try to build out from there hopefully.

4 Likes

Gotcha …

3 Likes

Re-read this again. Can take 2”x4”s bolt to poles on carport. Osb the side wrap it then side it. Steel door entry door. Lots you can do indeed. Never had a carport so not sure how strong those poles are for mounting 2x4s (weight wise)…What we come up with to able to grow the way we want or need :rofl:
Oh, hope you have help with those railroad ties there heavier then hell… Bad in back for us old people lol