Greenhouse Interior Layout
You would think that laying out a 674 sqft greenhouse would be easy. On the surface it seems like so much room, but when you start diving into the details it becomes very challenging. I posted version one of the interior layout a while back, but as our goals have changed, so has the plan.
Notes About Our Greenhouse
Onions: We will be taking advantage of vertical space by creating a 1' x 10' growbed and attaching it to the greenhouse frame allowing us to grow another row of onions above the row planted in ground below.
Horseradish: Again, taking advantage of vertical space, we will plant the horseradish about 4 feet off the ground (highter than the other in ground roots) in a growbed so it will have access to the sun. It will also allow for some storage underneath.
We'll be doing some companion planting with our potatoes by adding some lettuce and spinach. The greens we grow with our potatoes will become fish food.
Garlic: We will be growing a significant amount of garlic, however you'll notice it is absent here. Because we plant to keep our greenhouse warm, garlic wouldn't grow (it needs cooler temps to form bulbs). We will be growing it just outside of the greenhouse, next to the Turmeric and Ginger. More on what we're going to do with all of this garlic later.
Aquaponic System 1 (AP1)
This system is currently operational.
Aquaponic System 2 (AP2)
Aquaponic System 3 (AP3)
Aquaponic System 4 (AP4)
In addition to the aquaponics systems, we have the following:
Total grow space in our greenhouse is 358sqft!
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