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Hi everyone! So I have my PDC but haven't been able to personally use it for myself until now. We are on our land at 9300' elevation and about to put in a greenhouse. We hope to use the earthened shelter concept from Mike Oahler (if I spelled his last name right), and also use the heat tubes for some geothermal warmth. We hope to have both annual and perennial vegetation along with a few trees. Please share your thoughts and ideas for this newbie. I would love to hear any of your suggestions as we are about to start the build in the next few weeks.
 
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Ariela Erez wrote:Hi everyone! So I have my PDC but haven't been able to personally use it for myself until now. We are on our land at 9300' elevation and about to put in a greenhouse. We hope to use the earthened shelter concept from Mike Oahler (if I spelled his last name right), and also use the heat tubes for some geothermal warmth. We hope to have both annual and perennial vegetation along with a few trees. Please share your thoughts and ideas for this newbie. I would love to hear any of your suggestions as we are about to start the build in the next few weeks.



We built a small greenhouse using reclaimed materials. It could be a great way to get started quickly while you are building.


 
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