polytunnel


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polytunnel

(ˈpɒlɪˌtʌnəl)
n
(Botany) a large tunnel made of polythene and used as a greenhouse
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Each volunteer played a part into turning an empty polytunnel into a winter wonderland.
Qipco itself is still weighing up "the risks and rewards" that would come from purchasing and deploying a polytunnel to cover Ascot's entire track, while ?
Further north than southern England, you may be better off sowing in a polytunnel.
THUGS caused mindless damage to a polytunnel used by a Calderdale disabled charity.
Club question Last week Keith Tracey of Maesteg, Glamorgan was worried about his sweet corn, which was hitting the roof of his polytunnel.
e occasion was to mark the opening of the Oaks new polytunnel, which has doubled the project's growing capacity.
The alarms have been installed in their polytunnel and greenhouse and, if triggered, will sound a warning in the Forteys' home.
Other communal facilities include a toilet, a large polytunnel, a fenced grass area for children to play in and a car park.
Matthew is a tremendous chef and a musician to boot and his WIFEYVONNE grow all the veggies in her polytunnel watched carefully by their two Jack Russells and a selection of hens.
Using cutting edge restoration techniques within a purpose-built polytunnel from First Tunnels, the team hopes to have the rare Dornier 17 ready for exhibition within two years.
The hospice liked the idea and set about fundraising for a polytunnel that would offer a place for young patients to garden under cover.
They now have more than 5,000 sq ft of polytunnel growing space catering for a roadside clientele.