These mini greenhouse tent covers for container gardening are easy to make, will protect from insects and accelerate growth.
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Like tomatoes? Like to grow produce at home? Tomatoes at home are very easy to make. Get a spiraled tomato pole, a 1mx2m sheet of plastic foil, 3D-printed parts such as the head and hook, and a U-shaped plant pod.
The hole in the 3D-printed head end is angled, so, that it will be perpendicular on the spiraled pole. There is a second hole, where you can squeeze hot glue in to attach the head end to the pole. Stabilize the pole by using a plant tie to attach it to the rim of the pod. Cut the tie to the exact length and make a loop at one end, then fix the looped tie on the 3D head, mount the hook with a knot on it, and pull the ties tightly and the hooks to the pot’s rim.
Tomato cage pole (I used the spiral type)
Plastic sheeting (with a 1mx2m Sheet i was able to made 3 tents)
3D-Printed parts (some wooden parts with similar shape will also work)
Plant Pod (with “u”shaped rim)*