- Modine heater #1 120,000 BTU, bought new in 2012, paid $794 plus over $100 in fittings and pipe. Still looks brand new. Take all for $600/OBO.
- Modine heater #2 140,000 BTU, bought new in 2016, paid $888 plus $200 in pipe and fittings and ductwork. Less than one year old, though it doesn't look brand new because there are water stains on it. Take all for $700/OBO.
- Shade cloth, 50%, ideal shade for transplant house. 32x48, fits 30x48 greenhouse. Covers the majority of the roof. Good condition. Two or three seasons old. $175 (SOLD)
- Roll-up side crank kit (two), the fancy kind with 5:1 gears, will operate up to 120' of roll-up side, never used, still in packaging, $60/ea ($79 new)
- Insect netting for greenhouse sides, 83" x 165', 60 gram, 1.9mm x 0.95mm, clear polyethylene, 93% light transmission, 5 yr lifespan. Great for cucumber beetles, stink bugs and tomato worms. Was sitting in the dirt so there is a stripe of brown every 3 or 4' for part of the roll. $100
- Greenhouse benches, hold 18 1020 greenhouse trays. Two people can transport 18 trays quickly to a pickup truck or trailer. You can fit three in a standard pickup truck. (one in the bed, two sideways across the top of the bed) The remaining benches do not have netting, which enables them to double as onion/garlic/winter squash drying racks. We add blocks of wood or bricks between the pallets at the corners to give a little extra room for airflow. Approx 12 left, w/o netting, $10/ea I can add netting for $10/ea.
- Small stakes for potted plants. $10/OBO
- Humidity Dome, clear 1020 tray, most have never been used, probably have about 50, $1.50/ea (new $1.80/ea)
- Trellis tape for Johnny's "Duratool", highly recommended for string trellising tomatoes and cucumbers, greatly reduces the number of vine clips you need to install! 150' roll. Unopened. $2/ea or all 10 rolls for $15.
- White hanging baskets, w/hangers, unused but may need a rinse off, probably have 50, $0.20/ea
- Terracotta-colored thermoformed plastic pots, I'm guessing they are 6 or 7" wide, real pretty, probably have 50, some used, some unused, $0.20/ea
- 128 trays, bought $600 worth of new trays this year, vent hole between each cell, fit the Two Bad Cats dibbler nicely.
- (SOLD)72 cell square 1020 plug trays, strong and sound but hard to separate, used
- 72 cell square 1020 tray inserts, these are the flimsy ones that are weak but don't get stuck together
- 50 cell square 1020 tray inserts, good condition used & unused
- 1020 carrying trays, used
- 406 plug trays, unused
- 288 deep plug trays, unused
- 200 plug trays, unused
- 606 plug tray inserts, for selling plants at farmers market, never used
- 1020 seed trays w/o drain holes, some unused/some used
- 1020 seed trays w/drain holes, used
- 1020 10-row seed trays, unused,
- 1020 clear humidity dome, most of them haven't been used, kept indoors, $1.50/ea ($1.80 new)
- 3" square pots
- Tomato vine clips (for string trellising in greenhouse), two 5-gal buckets, $20/5-gal bucket
Irrigation - Sprinkler Sets
Overhead Irrigation Set - Waters Six 6' x 300' beds, $190/set ($175 if you buy 4 sets)
Most of the components (except the wobbler heads) were bought new this year.
Most of the components (except the wobbler heads) were bought new this year.
- Requires about 20-24 GPM
- Operates best at about 30 PSI (regulator not included). You can increase pressure up to 45 PSI and get more coverage, probably it would water 8 beds. If you do that you'll have to upgrade the laterals to 1.5" layflat ($90).
- One person can setup lateral with 12 sprinklers in less than 30 minutes. No hammers needed.
- Set up the lateral and sprinklers near the edge of the 3rd bed. That way you can cultivate beds 1,2, 4,5, & 6, then move the lateral and sprinklers over across the path to the edge of bed 4 (it only takes 5 minutes) and then you can cultivate bed 3. I like to have enough sprinklers to entirely cover your direct seed field, so you never have to take them down during the season. It's worth the money to do it this way.
- 12 wobbler sprinklers (gold nozzle)
- 36" 5/16" steel risers
- Quick-connect fittings for rapid sprinkler setup and take-down
- 1.5" oval hose lateral line
- 1.5" PVC ball valve
- 1.5" cap at end of lateral
- 1.5" tee to connect to header
- 1.5" hose clamps
A lot of these items haven't been collected from the field yet. May not be available right away.
- Individual wobbler sprinklers w/riser and quick-connect fittings
- 1.5" oval hose laterals, 300' long, no fittings
- 1.5" PVC ball valve, threaded
- 1.5" hose clamps
- 1.5" blue layflat, 300'
- 1.5" insert tee
- 1.5" insert end cap
- 1.5" insert x FPT
- 1.5" insert coupler
- 1.5" insert elbow
- 1.5" insert x MPT
- 2" insert coupler
- 2" insert x MPT
- 2" insert elbow
- 2" insert tee
- 1.5" 20 PSI regulator
- Drip tape, full roll, 5/8" 8 mil, 8" spacing, 0.34 GPM/100', 7500', 2 rolls available, $115/ea ($147 new)
- 1.5" camlock fittings
- 7' tee-posts, have a couple hundred I think, $5/ea OBO (SOLD)
- 5' oak tomato stakes
- 6' oak tomato stakes
- 2x2 (nominal) pine 8' (from Home Depot)
Hoops 3/16" pre-arched high tensile galvanized steel, 76". We
use these mainly for zucchini, more room to let them grow before you have
to remove the covers. They are more difficult to untangle than the smaller 64" hoops. I have hundreds. $0.35/ea ($0.49 new)
Hoops 3/16" pre-arched high tensile galvanized steel, 64". We
use these on cucumbers, lettuce, and other early crops. They are easier to lay out than the big hoops because they don't get tangled. I
have hundreds. $0.30/ea ($0.44 new)
covers (available after winter)
- Row cover, brand new in package,
Black Mulch, Bio360, 5'x4000' 0.6 mil, 2 new rolls available, unopened,
slight damage to the outside layers, $210/roll ($262 new)
plastic mulch 4'
- White-on-black 4' x 3500' plastic mulch, 1 mil, $80
black plastic mulch 4' (SOLD)
plastic mulch 3' x 3000' $40 (3 available)
plastic mulch 4', partial roll (SOLD)
plastic mulch 4' (SOLD)
perforated row cover, 6'x2000', full roll, $80 ($98 new)
plastic mulch, 6'x2000' 1mil, 61 lbs, used for stale seedbedding (water
well, then lay plastic, it will pre-germinate all your weeds, remove
plastic then flame weed or shallow till - then plant carrots or salad
greens into weed-free bed. My Buckeye plastic layer is setup to lay
this.), 3 or 4 rolls available, $65/roll ($82 new)
tape, couple full rolls, not sure of specs
sandbags 12"X24" 6mil, unused, $0.30/ea
sandbags, filled, best offer
conduit 1/2" x 10', unbent, $1.60/ea
conduit 1/2" x 10', bent into 7' arch for QuickHoops, $3/ea
- EMT conduit connectors, $.10/ea
- Clamshell for lettuce heads. Works for butterhead and also for green or red butterleaf type lettuce (i.e. panisse, cantarix). Turns a $3 head into a $4 or $5 head, protects from wind. Great for chefs or farmers market. $0.15/ea (new $0.23/ea w/shipping)
- Green half pint berry container (or cherry tomato or hot pepper). Unopened box of 600. $30
- Half bushels, old antique wood. $3/ea
- Clamshells, half pint unvented
- Clamshells, 125 gram, for raspberries. I have the "diaper" pads too.
- Clamshells, 5oz salad, unvented, separate lid, super professional!
- Misc. farmers market display boxes.
- Waxed produce boxes. 1-1/9 bushel. These can be reused over and over. Great for storing produce in cooler (keeps from drying it out), delivering to restaurants and markets. Works great for garlic storage too. $1.50/ea OBO
- 10 lb tomato boxes (two fit into a black bulb crate). We used them for taking heirloom tomatoes to market. We use them over and over. When they start getting old and weak, we deliver to chefs/wholesale and get new ones. Most of these have only been used once or twice. $0.75/ea OBO
- Produce bags, perforated, 1/2 bushel, heavy duty. Ideal for storing roots like carrots, beets, turnips, radishes. They fit inside a red 1/2 bushel pony perfectly, but not a green 5/8 bushel pony. We use them over and over and over, just alternate inside-out and outside-in. Unused still on roll, $0.50/bag
- I also have 25 lb tomato boxes, unused. Probably about 20-25 of them. Good all-purpose boxes are strong and can be used many times. $1/ea OBO
- Mesh produce bags, 10 lb yellow & 20 lb red, unused $0.10/ea
- Wood flats (two fit in a black bulb crate). Perfect for farmers market displays, transporting pints of berries, cherry tomatoes, etc. 100 available. Most have never been used, kept indoors. $3.50/ea for small quantities, $2.50/ea if you buy 20 or more.
- Wood baskets. Beautiful for displaying salad. 7", 10" and 12" diameter. We sold salad for $5, $7, or $9/basket, depending on the size. Baskets are priced below.
- There are approximately a dozen left, I think.
- Square wooden quarts. We have loads of these. We use them for all sorts of items at market. $0.25/ea
- Oblong wooden quarts. Perfect for zucchini, cucumbers, eggplant, tomatoes and anything else. $0.40/ea
- Black bulb/Lilly crates. These are awesome. We had 400 at one time, but they have a way of disappearing. We bought an entire tractor trailer load and distributed them to several local farms. Hard to come by in small quantities. $4/ea, $3/ea if you take them all. ALL SOLD
- Canopies. I have one 10x20 and two 10x10. They are heavy duty. Undercover brand from Costco. I also have a lot of side panels available. I have concrete weights too. $250 for the big one and $150 for the small ones. Side panels $10/ea. (Side panels SOLD) Weights $10/ea. Willing to negotiate on price if you take a lot of stuff.
- Wood pints $0.30/ea (for cherry tomatoes, snack peppers, baby potatoes, baby squash)
- One Quart Till Oblong $0.40/ea (zucchini, small eggplant, tomatoes, sweet potatoes, anything else)
- Shallow Number Four Till $0.50/ea (twice as wide and longer than the oblong quarts. Good for $10 tomato pack.
- 4" corrugated pipe, not perforated, I have two partial rolls, make offer
- Electric fence posts, fiberglass, 3/8" x 4', $0.85/ea ($1.20 new)
- Electric fence posts, fiberglass, 3/8" x 6', $1.20/ea ($1.80 new)
- Electric fence insulators, $0.10/ea
- Electric fence wire, braided black & white 4mm, $20 per 1/4 mile, you take it off the fence.