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James Barnum returns this week, and I ask him some questions about his homemade PVC trellis projects. For some more information about this stuff, be sure to check out: Cheap PVC Cutters: Build a PVC Greenhouse: Vertical, Container & PVC Gardening: Creative Gardening Techniques for Growing Up in Small Spaces: If you like my videos, please subscribe! Follow me on: Google+: Instagram: Facebook: Twitter: Skype: skype:brobryce LinkedIn: Check out MindPower World! My Other YouTube Channels: MindPower009 (Tutorials): BroBryce2009 (Random): BroBryceVlogs (Vlogs, duh!): BroBryceGardens (Gardening): BestTipsAndReviews (Household Tips & Reviews): BroBryceAndroid (SmartPhone Stuff): BroBryceFX (Special Effects): SocialPDX (with Tony T.): Hire me for your project! This video (C)2012 by Bryce L. Tomlinson & LLC All Rights Reserved. Violators will be towed. Bryce L. Tomlinson is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Video Rating: / 5 I got this trellis netting at walmart to put up a quick trellis for my spaghetti squash, yellow squash and cantaloupe. I will keep you updated and let you know how it works out…it seems rather flimsy! Related PostsEasiest Cheap DIY Trellis Ever! For Beans, Cucumbers, Squash, and More.Planting Green Beans: Trellis GardenMelon netting – Growing Vertical Growing Squash Melons and Cucumbers up a nylon web trellisGrowing Vertical Growing Squash Melons and Cucumbers up a nylon web trellisHow-to build a 5 gallon hydroponic DWC system with trellis for cucumbersGrowing Plants Vertically Using A Simple Low Cost DIY Garden Arbor

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  • charlieRobinson 1 year ago

    Nice work

  • sing5ing 1 year ago

    how long are the rebars?

  • sing5ing 1 year ago

    how do you bend the pvc so nicely for the arch? I tried to bend one at homedepot and couldn't do it.

  • Lorraine Stuart 1 year ago

    this is great have lots of pvc. the only thing i would do different is i would paint the pvc it protects from the sun. did one like that.

  • BroBryceGardens 1 year ago

    Yeah that's about right for the smaller one. The smaller one is 4-5 feet, the larger one 8-10 feet. I'm thinking it's probably 10 because he's got 4 rows and they come in 10 or 20 foot lengths.

  • ECOHEALTHLAB 1 year ago

    My kid said "Cool mug dude!" Retired superhero or just super dad … like the incredibles

  • epearce1195 1 year ago

    I love the height of that arbor. What would be your estimate of length of curve before the joint? 4 feet?

  • Alberta Urban Garden Simple Organic and Sustainable 1 year ago

    Growing vertically is a great way to optimize space ! I have used electrical conduit frames with that netting and 4 foot rebar driven half way into the ground to support them. They work fantastically