Casey Farms in Hesperia, Michigan were traditional open field farmers. They grow vegetables. The Casey's were quite honestly nervous about spending big bucks to move their crops indoors in a greenhouse due to the added expense. Their biggest concern was the greenhouse failing when the first big snow hit Michigan. We at SolaWrap told them that was the least of their worries. We know our greenhouse wrap can withstand 120 pounds per square feet of snow on the film.
Not only did the film hold up under the snow load, the Casey's had a BOOMING crop. So much so that they had to remove 2 truck loads of trimmings due to the bountiful crop. Mr. Casey said he has to relearn how to grow with his crops coming in much sooner than his neighbors down the street. He sent us these photos to share with you.