PVC Greenhouse – DIY

Nick Tamble shows how to make a PVC framed greenhouse.

From the description:

Step by step construction of a 14 x 42 foot temporary greenhouse structure using PVC piping and recycled materials investment about $300 and 14 Man Hours of work. If you are considering a structure to start your vegetables in late winter, consider a PVC Greenhouse to get a jump on Spring!

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Comments

  1. Tim 13 March, 2017, 21:37

    14 manhours is 1 man working for 14 hours, or 2 men working for 7 hours. There seemed to be at least 2 people on this job continouosly. Toward the end, I think I counted 6 people. Total manhours is the total number of hours worked by everyone who participated on this project. It appears, the greenhouse was built over a time span of 14 hours with multiple people involved. It would be more accurate to say that it went up in 14 hours with 2 to 6 people working on it at any given time,…or calculate everyone’s time and accurately report the man hours.

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  2. cranklin 29 August, 2017, 17:43

    Why don’t they run water through the main top center pipe, and drill some holes in the PVC for some watering heads, like in the grocery store produce section.

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