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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.Trellising Options for Cucumbers, Beans, Zucchini, Squash & Melons: Grow Vertically & Save Space!Trellis Grapes, Runner & Long BeansPlanting Green Beans: Trellis GardenGarden Trellis for Cucumbers and MelonsTraining Squash & Cucumbers On Trellis Small Space Grow Vertical

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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