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My hydroponic cucumber plants were growing like crazy, and needed something to help support the veggies once they grow. Using some wood and left over garden mesh from ...
It's relatively simple, figure out what dimensions you need, this will probably be determined by what garden mesh/wood you have on hand. Mine is 3' x 6'You'll need:Wood ...
Set your miter saw to 45 degrees and cut an angle into each board. Make sure that you make the cut off the same side of each piece. ...
This is the hardest step. Use the glue to add some rigidity, and then use a screw to make right angles. The best way that I've found to ...
From here on out, it's smooth sailing. Just lay out your mesh over the frame and use the zip ties to attach it. The tighter, the better. Trim ...
Luckily, I have something to lean my trellis on. If you don't, either cut another piece of wood to hold it up, or hang it on something. If ...
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