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With all-weather strength and versatility, the PowerHouse is engineered for nurseries and growers of horticultural crops. It’s a highly serviceable, efficient and cost-effective greenhouse with a flexible design. Make it a fully climate-controlled greenhouse or an economical, four-season high tunnel/cold frame with the strength to protect your crops all year round. Featuring 2.40 in. O.D. columns and bows that slip together by wedging each column, the free-standing PowerHouse is easy to construct and eliminates water infiltration into the columns. 

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GrowerTalks June 2024 Page: 66 - Reader Service number: 155
Stuppy Greenhouse
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