Corrugated plastic, when tinted green, bronze or opal, cannot be used to build a greenhouse. The colors offer solar control to diminish brightness in residential settings, cutting up to 80 percent of light transmission. Transparent corrugated plastic, rated for horticultural use, provides a preferable solution for greenhouses, allowing the full spectrum of sunlight to pass through to plants.
About this Author
Rogue Parrish has written two travel books and edited at the "The Baltimore Sun," "The Washington Post" and the Alaska Newspapers company. She began writing professionally in 1975. Parrish holds a summa cum laude Bachelor of Science degree in journalism from the University of Maryland.