It was raining so hard yesterday that the outside work of studding the wall for R30 insulation had to come to a halt.
So instead a friend and I moved inside the Green house and finished installing some heavy duty shelves in the Green House. And that gave me room to spread out four HID fixtures and wire them up. A 400 and two 150 watt High pressure sodiums and one 250 watt metal halide. Sure puts a lot of light in a small green house. It will be an interesting experiment to see how the plants grow under the lights. I am hoping to get enough blue light through the windows that the HPS fixtures will be sufficient for growth.
The wood stove is ready to go, a small electric heater, and thermal mass from the tires and barrels are keeping the temperature to 21C over night, and of course the fixtures add some heat but it won't be long before we have to start feeding some wood into the heater. Adding another plastic layer to the windows inside and out will also be a big help.