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Old 10-05-2021, 11:12 AM   #12 (permalink)
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Coroplast bends like cardboard, along the corregations , and collapse creases the inside layer across the corregations which makes it useless for support structure.

The big thing is through light transmission all spectrum not just UV. Figure the structure will cast a shadow that inhibits plant growth somewhat. The plants will grow slower, but the season is longer and it kind of equals out.

My 6 mil has an UV inhibiter coating on the plastic so it doesn't do the "last only a season and die" process that home despot 6 mil does BTDTMO
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