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Author: Rod Gesten

Companion Planting

Why is it important to be mindful of what you plant next to each other? Plants, like us, have certain complementary needs such as minerals,

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Birth of Mud Hub

Mud Hub Greenhouses officially began doing business the day a scale model was displayed on a vendor table at a growers market one Saturday morning

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A Twist of Fate

In spring 2018, Mud Hub Greenhouses was asked by Westwind Landscaping, of Albuquerque,  to provide greenhouse components only & consultation. Westwind wanted to assemble one

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Mud Hub Goes to College

Mud Hub completed the installation of a pair of  12 x 20 greenhouses in Mineolia, Texas in August 2018. The owners are commercial aquaponics farmers,

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Rise Greenhouse

Ready, Set, Grow! I received a message from a greenhouse prospect in Santa Fe wanting to know how soon I could look at their site.

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Roeder Greenhouse

When land in the valley below an uprising containing at least 55,000 rock carvings came available, Lynn Roeder jumped at the chance to purchase. Mesa

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Schmidt Greenhouse​

A recently built Mud Hub Greenhouse stares at significant pueblo history in Black Mesa, which is located above the floodplain of the Rio Grande Valley

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Johnson Greenhouse

Sean Mary Helen Johnson is an incredibly gifted artist and delightful person (cactusflowerstudio.com) who lives in Santa Fe, NM. One can sense the breadth of

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