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Heavy rain storms can destroy your vegetable garden and ruin all the hard work and plants. By building a covered arch over your garden you can protect it from heavy rains, excessive heat and have a cover for winter weather. RESOURCES: – Mittleider Gardening Course Book: – T-Frame Canopy Construction: Weatherproofing Your Garden: – In-Garden Greenhouse, How To Build: – Wind, Heat & Pest Protection for Vegetable Gardens: – Greenhouse Construction Plans for a Double 18″ Wide Vegetable Garden: Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsHow do you stop grass from slipping off a sloping roof during heavy rain?How to Protect Your Vegetable Garden from the WindProtect Your Vegetable Garden from Small Animals & Build a No Cost Raised Bed at VeggielutionVegetable Gardening : How to Protect Vegetable Plants from Frost DamageVegetable Gardening : How to Protect Outdoor Plants From FrostThe Rain Garden Vertical gardens Watered rainwater by Treebox

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  • Romelia Polly 2 weeks ago

    so i made it too . just by using woodprix woodworking plans:)

  • Callaham Sepe 2 weeks ago

    Nice movie. However you can learn about it more. Just google for ShepherdSurvives instructions.

  • mrspiercee dolly 2 weeks ago

    Wow nice. 2 years ago relentless rain rotted my zucchini squash and other plants. This looks great for that problem.

  • LDSPrepper 2 weeks ago

    Thank you very much and for those who gave your comment thumbs up. It is really appreciated.

  • LDSPrepper 2 weeks ago

    I bought and really like the "Mittleider Gardening Course" book (paperback), the "Mittleider Gardening Library" CD, "Mittleider Micro Nutrient" pack and "Two way hoe". I use all of these items and they all make my garden what it is today. You can find all of these at mittleidergardeningDOTcom.

  • LDSPrepper 2 weeks ago

    Yup, it didn't take long.

  • LDSPrepper 2 weeks ago

    Great questions. Thanks for asking. I am not using the fabric. I use 6 mil greenhouse plastic. I will leave it on all year and put bird netting or sun shade cloth over it depending on the need.

  • LDSPrepper 2 weeks ago

    Good advice. Thank you.

  • LDSPrepper 2 weeks ago

    Yes, they were. We got 5" in 24 hours according to my rain gauge.

  • LDSPrepper 2 weeks ago

    I love it, "Peace be still." Good advice. Yes, we got high winds. Many areas were without power afterwards.

  • LDSPrepper 2 weeks ago

    Yes, I'm videoing the build. When completed I'm upload the video. It will be a few weeks because I am helping so many others with their gardens I hardly have time for hers and mine.

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  • Debbie Doud 2 weeks ago

    Frost, freezing temps have taken out my garden. Hope we will be able to see more of your wifes new garden soon. Thanks.

  • sha whit 2 weeks ago

    The last of that storm went thru Michigan last night and early today! Wow, did you get the high winds?!!? They kept waking me up all night. Didn't bother me, just said "Peace be still" and went back to sleep just like my Friend taught me. Love the gardening solutions too.

  • Wayne Meador 2 weeks ago

    Looks like it's working well Dave! 🙂 I'm chomping at the bit to get my new garden beds made up and get some nice covers built like you have here…great video. ~Wayne

  • palmbay lou 2 weeks ago

    I have built structures very similar to yours and ordered the cloth. Thank you for all of your help. Please know that when the voices of disdain and hatred turn on you it is because you have been following the One true voice. Jesus said the world will hate us because it hated Him first. When you hear those voices consider it music of the world and just tune the devils out.

  • Marcy Rogers 2 weeks ago

    Been awhile since I came to catch up and WOW. you've been BUSY! The garden is gorgeous. The top protection must be the key to surviving end of summer here in Tx. And NOW the rain! I too would like to know about the fabric.Seems like our extreme heat would increase the heat under the cover during summer,but it's obvious from your garden that whatever you're using is correct! Thanks for answering or referring to a specific video date so we can go back and see that part of your set up! Be blessed!

  • bus10dus10 2 weeks ago

    I apologize if you have addressed this question before in videos or comment replies, but I am trying to figure out which is better for the top covering of the T frames. Plastic ( if so, how thick of plastic…6mil?) or the garden fabric ( if so…how heavy…05, 1, 1.5 or 2.5 oz ). Are yours covered with the plastic? what thickness? I'm a little OCD and I want it to be perfect…like yours. 🙂 Thanks

  • MzProgressive 2 weeks ago

    Wow – Beautiful garden!

  • danofthenorth 2 weeks ago

    I was wondering which of the mittl. Books and/or cds you've purchased. The library dvds look great, but I'm not sure what the set of training videos are for. Do you?