Everyone who has a green thumb should know that one of the most effective ways of making a successful garden is to use greenhouse staging. What is greenhouse staging? Simply put, it is the stacking of shelves to make more space for planting. This is ideal if one’s space is limited and cramped. Greenhouse staging has some rules to follow so that your garden benefits the most. By greenhouse staging, you make the plants flourish more and help them attain their potential.
What materials should be used? wooden slatted benches are the first choice since these are present in most small and medium greenhouses. The sacking can be similar to a shelf of books or similar to a step model. A step model is popular for its lower area can be used to filter and drain fertilizer. The ideal sizes of the benches should be 29inch x 3 ft wide.
When choosing other staging materials, wood is okay but prone to wetness, cracking, and infestation. Aluminum is the next best choice. Not only is it cheaper, it is virtually indestructible and has a long life span. Most of the good ones are waterproof and can be used over and over again.
For shelf designs, the best rule in greenhouse staging is to keep it flat. By keeping it flat, the plants grow evenly and freely.
As you can see, greenhouse staging is best when all accounts for design is prepared in advance.