Imagine an extra four weeks of production from your garden at the beginning of each season, having a save place to grow your own seedlings, and the opportunity to grow greens throughout the entire year.
These are all unlocked with a passive solar cloche.
It’s an affordable alternative to a greenhouse that uses a minimal amount of space (making it optimal for urban gardeners), and predominantly local, sustainable materials. Constructing one is simple and physically doable by anyone (including little women in their 60s like me!).
Passive solar cloches use sunlight and thermal storage to create an environment for plants to thrive in, all year round.
With a cloche, your seedlings will get off to a faster start in spring, and you can continue your garden production further into autumn.
The workshop will teach you all you need to know, as you watch Bob, a co-founder of Koanga, go through a step-by-step process for building one. To make it as simple and easy as possible for you to put into action, we’ve also included written instructions and design plans alongside the video footage.
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This course is particularly good for people who want to have an extended growing season.
Once you’ve built this cloche you will be able to get your seedlings off to a very early start in spring, it will also extend your growing season in autumn.
This course is also great for people who want to create a small scale seedling production business, or are currently running one and would like to extend their season.
This course is for people who want to grow micro greens in a cold climate or during the winter months in a temperate climate.
This course is also for people who can’t afford a big green house. You can build this cloche for next to nothing.
If you’re having trouble keeping your seedlings safe from young children, birds, slugs and snails, this course is for you!
This cloche is useful for both country and urban gardeners.
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Here’s the lesson plan
Episode 2 – Foundations Pt. 1
Episode 3 – Foundations Pt. 2
Episode 4 – Putting things together Pt. 1
Episode 5 – Putting things together Pt. 2
Episode 6 – Earth building Pt. 1
Episode 7 – Earth building Pt. 2
You’re also invited to join our community
All online students are welcome to join our exclusive regenerative gardening group. It’s a place to share questions, enthusiasm, mistakes, and successes with like-minded students.
So if any questions pop up along your journey, we’ll be ready to answer you in the Koanga Institute Facebook group.
We’ll give you a 100% refund. No questions asked.
Buy it here for $140
To your family’s health,