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I used to develop my squash on the ground, and train the vines to remain in a perfect column (well, as slick as squash can be). Not any longer, I structured and constructed a DIY squash curve to tame my squash, and now I have an awesome bit of design in my garden too.

Squash is a domineering jerk in the garden, and it will assume control in the event that you don’t control it. Since I have my squash curve, the squash in my garden develops vertically, and it’s such a great amount of less demanding to control in my little vegetable garden plot.

It was to a great degree simple to assemble this curve. Initially, I would fabricate it a similar way I manufactured my cucumber curve trellis.

So we (my better half helped me with this venture) concocted a structure that utilizes PVC channeling to help the fencing over the highest point of the curve.

To make the curve tall enough, we required two bits of PVC pipe for each side. We stuck them together utilizing an uncommon PVC paste and after that meshed the PVC into the fencing.

When the squash curve was up, I splash painted the PVC dark to make it look like metal. You can paint it any shading you need, be inventive! Simply try to paint it before you plant any seedlings so they don’t get showered with paint.