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Re: My Garden Pictures

Post  choksaw on 4/23/2010, 8:26 pm

I used 2x4's to make the trellis suports and bought nylon netting from lowes attached it with eyelets and S hooks for easy removal,storage and replacment. Ive seen the netting at home depot and at walmart as well diffrent manufacturers but pretty much the same product.
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Post  aspiegardner on 5/4/2010, 10:26 am

I got my lumber untreated but can't remember the type.

I paid $9.84 for 2 x 4 x 16 and they cut them for free. Home Depot price was 11.27 for the same size board.

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Post  miinva on 5/4/2010, 12:23 pm

@choksaw wrote:as my grabdfather would say thats polish engineering at its finest lol
i did all the work from eyeball no lvl just atape measure and my eye its a little off but who says it needs to be perfect (unless your an engineer) lol

My dad's a Polish engineer (no, really!) and he would do just the same! Your garden looks great Smile

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Post  GloriaG on 5/4/2010, 12:48 pm

Hi Choksaw, your garden is wonderful! You have a great setup and I really like the drip irrigation system in your new beds. I was wondering what type of emitter you're using. I found an internet source for drip systems that seem reasonably priced, but I'm not sure exactly what I need. They suggest a small "soaker" type hose running from the main trunk line, but I think yours would waste less water and target the plants better. Thanks, Gloria

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