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Your greenhouse is ultimately only as good as your staging, so it¹s vital

that you get the best possible staging for your greenhouse. Firstly decide

on your layout; You can start with just a run of staging down one side of

the greenhouse and then grow crops such as tomatoes on the other side, but

if you want more capacity, then you can go for an L-shape of staging (I.e.

Down one side and along the back) many people would then use the rear run

of staging as a potting bench. If you don¹t need to grow crops such as

Tomatoes then you can go for a full U-shape of staging. You can choose

single tier, two tier or three tier. Of course, three tier has more

capacity for plants, but there tends to be less head room in between the

layers (although you can get around this if you have removable tops - like

with Caverswall staging). Some growers swear by slatted staging as it

allows free drainage and airflow, although others dislike water dripping

on the tiers below. (You can use plastic gravel trays on top to prevent

this). Remember to add high level shelves as well as these are useful for

all your bits and pieces, plus, if you are going to have a lot of seed

trays then take a look at our section on Seed Tray frames.

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