Many growers are concerned about maximizing greenhouse ventilation. In some maximum ventilation designs, condensation control is sacrificed and dripping becomes an issue. This was the case for (more…)
The maximum number of fish you can have in a pond depends on the volume of the water, the quality of the water, the size of the fish, the species of the fish, the climate of the area and the food (more…)
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Legacy from Antiquity.
Throughout the ages water has been an essential source of life and has dictated the form that gardens took as their most vital element. In arid lands such as Egypt, the annual (more…)
Amy Carter was born in Dover, England, and studied graphic design & advertising at Canterbury College and University of Greenwich (more…)
Marcus Garvey was an inspiration to many; however, he encountered much difficulty in trying to implement his plan of returning Africans to Africa. Not only was he fought against by non-Africans, (more…)
A Cold Frame by any other name is still a Coldframe. Or for that matter you could say a Hoop House is a hoop house is a Hoop House. And then what is with these High Tunnels and Low Tunnels and (more…)
Many consumers opt for the ‘No’ maintenance stance when buying teak garden furniture, and as already outlined in earlier articles, if Teak wood is dried and constructed correctly, the high levels (more…)
When it comes to adding energy curtains (sometimes referred to as thermal blankets) to a greenhouse everyone focuses on energy savings. And certainly energy savings should be a major factor (more…)
As the number of storage sheds for sale increases, making a wise choice of which one to purchase becomes more needed. With today’s shaking economic stability, it is a good way of making sure that (more…)