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High Tunnel growing at Cornell in a Rimol Greenhouse

High Tunnel growing at Cornell in a Rimol Greenhouse

Cornell University in Ithaca, NY uses a Rimol Greenhouse Systems High Tunnel for growing fruits and vegetables

Cornell University in Ithaca, NY uses a Rimol Greenhouse Systems High Tunnel for growing fruits and vegetables

Something beautiful in the works under this Rimol High Tunnel.

Something beautiful in the works under this Rimol High Tunnel.

Stonewall Hill Farms in Stephentown, NY uses a Rimol Greenhouse Systems High Tunnel to grow fruits and vegetables

Stonewall Hill Farms in Stephentown, NY uses a Rimol Greenhouse Systems High Tunnel to grow fruits and vegetables

Sunflowers growing strong in a Rimol High Tunnel.

Sunflowers growing strong in a Rimol High Tunnel.

High Tunnels are an increasingly popular trend for growers and a proven technology for crop production. The term “high tunnel” is a loosely defined phrase for growing fruits and vegetables in greenhouses, although some high tunnels are used for cut flower production. The difference between a High Tunnel and a regular free-standing greenhouse is that high tunnels use Eastpoint, Northpoint and Nor Easter frames, with longer ground posts, to make them “high” tunnels.

High Tunnels are an increasingly popular trend for growers and a proven technology for crop production. The term “high tunnel” is a loosely defined phrase for growing fruits and vegetables in greenhouses, although some high tunnels are used for cut flower production. The difference between a High Tunnel and a regular free-standing greenhouse is that high tunnels use Eastpoint, Northpoint and Nor Easter frames, with longer ground posts, to make them “high” tunnels.

Get your grow going in a High Tunnel from Rimol Greenhouse Systems.

Get your grow going in a High Tunnel from Rimol Greenhouse Systems.

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