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PREPARATION TIPS

  • Preparing Soil

    You can re-use old planter soil and mix with compost and other growth aids - watch "Adam the Cultivator" " Preparing the Soil to Grow Outdoors" video for best practices

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  • Preparing seedings

    Remove the middle leaves from seedlings (Or “starts”) to reduce risk of pathogens like bugs, molds and fungi

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  • Preparing the Plants

    Clean the "middles" or the middle leaves to reduce the risk for pathogen growth. When transplanting, take out the plant from its seedling box, allow the roots to be free of tangling and place in a large pot with the prepared soil mix. Watch "Adam the Cultivator" "Preparing Plants for Transplanting Outdoors…

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  • Leveling

    Create a level area bigger than the greenhouse width and length and make sure the greenhouse door is conveniently accessible

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  • Choosing a location

    When positioning the Oriana adjacent to your house, choose a south-facing location and position it with the length of the greenhouse facing south

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  • Foundation options

    The most firm foundation would be a tough solid surface like concrete. You can also use lumber or concrete slabs under the perimeter base, preferably recessed into the ground so the foundation is leveled with it

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  • Before you assemble

    Remove the middle leaves from seedlings (Or “starts”) to reduce risk of pathogens like bugs, molds and fungi

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