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Video Rating: / 5 How to secure a polytunnel. How to stop a polytunnel from blowing away. FeelGoodUK polytunnel. UK gardening. Gardening in England. How to garden at home. How to secure a polytunnel. Garden construction. Putting up a polytunnel. Gardening microclimate. Creating garden microclimates. Home gardening. Allotment. Allotments. Growing your own food. Food growing. How to secure a polytunnel in windy weather. Windy weather gardening. Gardening in a small space. Backyard gardening. Back garden gardening. Gardening education. Garden construction education. Hinged door polytunnel. I hope people enjoy the video. Related PostsWhat is Regeneration? Regenerative Gardening Course IntroductionGardening Education Newsletter Worms Compost Organic News from Martys GardenGardening educationLocal Food Awards Education & Learning WinnerHerb gardening EducationOrganic Gardening Education Articles

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  • Dawn McLaughlin 1 week ago

    I’d love to grow in one of your organic stands!

  • Quinn 1 week ago

    Good stuff, I'd love to see more technical videos as well, I'm sure there's an audience out there for videos on algae effects and macro/micro ecological behavior.

  • Vox in Tenebris 1 week ago

    I love that polytunnel, everything is happy in there and it is surprisingly spacious – those doors are a real plus. Is the plastic reinforced – it has a 'Georgian wired' type pattern – is it thicker plastic or an internal wire grid? There are some polytunnels where I live, but whatever we use, we have to expect the inevitable damage from the successions of storms. You have secured your polytunnel well, I bet the grape vine will be gripping it by now as well, helping out with the securing. You can use engineering bricks as an alternative to a damp proof membrane. You often see people use these bricks as a band of blue in walls (such as Staffordshire Blue). 'Busted some good moves' at the end there! Great video, good to see more of the polytunnel.

  • Jacqueline Last 1 week ago

    I didn't have mine this summer as earlier in the year the green house looked like it was trying to get over the garden wall The wind tore into it and it was doomed Hope to buy one now out of season so cheaper

  • yorkitea 1 week ago

    like the longer vids give me time to have a good cupa and drink it while still watching

  • Barry Cartwright 1 week ago

    i bought 8 galvanised Heavy duty metal Ground Stakes pegs secured it that way not blown away yet i have houses behind me so think that blocks most of the wind

  • James M 1 week ago

    I used to install fences, I was taught that it's bad practice to cover in things like bitumen which stop the wood from breathing. Damp soaks down the post, but the bitumen stops the wood that's coated from drying out which can make it rot faster. Of course there are people that say the opposite, so each to their own I guess. Personally I put a few inches of small stones at the bottom of the hole and then cement posts leaving the bottom of the post exposed on the pebbles. Supposedly it helps the post dry out. I've heard that farmers say the best thing is to cover the post in old engine oil, but I guess that's not so good for the environment. 🙂
    Edited to say the most important thing is to buy wood that's already treated!

  • Sharon Fernandez 1 week ago

    My husband is mending the broken doors on my wood greenhouse. You did a good job there, that’s not blowing away anytime soon. Wow to the athletic intro !