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For people wanting to grow their own foodcrops in temperate countries, using a seed starting greenhouse allows their vegetable friends to take a headstart in the cold months ...
Materials needed: - 1 large, sturdy piece of glass, sized to the box (atleast more or less) - 1 sturdy wooden box - 2 large woodscrews - 4 ...
Remove the box's bottom; a regular screwdriver will do for softwood but an electrical one may be needed for the hardwood type-boxes (as used in the example). Also, ...
Fit one side of the box with the 2 screws (outfitted with the rubber rings). The glass will rest on these rubbers. Only one box-side needs to be ...
Place the glass on the bottomless box, making sure the small pieces hold it in place firmly. Tilt the box somewhat to the prevailent sun-side (located in the ...
Depending on the box used, the 2 bottoms may be reused for moving potted plants. For this, the optional 4 small rotatable wheels are applied to the bottoms, ...
Enjoy - watching the seeds germinate within your greenhouse during the cold months - the all round amazing benefits of pot moving using wheeled platforms !
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