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Great work @Grub80. Could you please share some detail about how you made this?
I'm sure other Workshop members would find it helpful given the recent hot weather.
The hoop house is made from conduit lengths joined together by a cross joiner (only thing not purchased from Bunnings 😜), the cross joiners sourced from online. The conduit attached to the garden beds by saddle clips. Eyelets inserted into the shade cloth, and hemmed to run another piece of conduit for stability. The shade cloth was attached to the conduits using bungee clips with the round bobbles. The hoop house has been brilliant, our Veges are thriving, with no diseases as the wind can flow through very well. Next product is to build some more over the other beds 👍
Visitors to this popular project might like to also check out the fruits of @Grub80's project here - https://www.workshop.com.au/t5/Garden/Value-of-shade-growing-veges-in-summer/td-p/25291
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