Well I procrastinated past getting veggies for T-Day but I did get some lettuces planted today and I got a chance to measure the soil temp inside and outside of the covered row.
It's seems to be doing pretty good but we'll have to wait and see...
Here's the covered row:
Here's the outside soil temp:
Here's the inside soil temp:
And this shows the reflective mylar on the sidewalls a little better:
I tried to buy some thermometers yesterday at the "Dollar Store" but all they had we're the battery operated ones for checking if you have a fever so I'll have to go to hardware store or someplace to find them so I can keep one inside and one outside and compare them in different conditions.
I planted four types of lettuces and they will be ready to harvest from 35-55 days, so it will be early to mid-January before the longest to mature are ready and that's the coldest time of year so it will be interesting to see how it does.