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You can get your tomatoes (and other vegetables) into the garden earlier using a hot-house tomato cage design. As an avid gardener, I like to challenge the frost dates and ...
The supplies for this enhanced design include: 1. A tomato cage 2. Plastic wrap 3. A milk container 4. Black spray paint 5. Scissors 6. Tomato plant (but ...
The video showed you how to over-lap the plastic wrap to ensure a tigh seal. You should follow the same process with this cage but you start from the ...
This is an important step to make sure the integrity of the hot-house cage stays intact. Notice I left several inches of plastic wrap hanging over the top ...
The top of the a cage can be created in several ways. The easiest method is to use a board or plate that covers the entire space. Heat rises ...
You can create a top with plastic wrap by attaching 3 or 4 foot lengths of plastic wrap to the cage. You do this twice to create a full ...
The last step is to seal any gaps at the bottom of the cage with mulch, compost or earth. You want to bottom of the cage sealed in ...
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