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 Depending on tank sizing, a 20x50ft greenhouse could generate 
7,000-11,000 gallons of collected rain water during the growing season.

Rainwater collected off of greenhouses can be stored, filtered, and pressurized
to provide automated drip irrigation. The tanks can be set-up to work with
an existing water source to partially fill tanks in between rain events
completely automating the entire system.

If your greenhouse does not have gutters Rain Fed Gardens can change that.
Gutters can even be installed on all types of greenhouses. The gutters are able to come apart and be removed so you don't have to worry about
them being knocked off during the winter.

Solar panels can be used to power DC pumps, enabling automated drip irrigation
systems even when there is no readily available power or water.

The beginning of a pond and greenhouse rain cathcment project
pond and greenhouse rainwater harvesting in hunterdon county new jersery

michael@rainfedgardens.com ~ 908.752.7465
Rain Catchment Systems for Garden and Greenhouse Irrigation ~ Rain Barrels ~ Self Watering Gardens ~ Rain Gardens
Stormwater Management ~  Native & Edible Garden Design ~ Habitat Creation ~ Rain Fed Gardens currently offers design and installation services in eastern Pennsylvania, New Jersey, southern New York, and the western half of Massachusetts