The farmer, who works as a gardener, wants to build a fence around his garden.
Farmers in the US are increasingly concerned about climate change and drought conditions, and some are building their own, such as a farm fence.
The farmer is a self-described “hobby gardener” who has a passion for building fences for his farm.
He is trying to build an indoor farm fence by building an enclosure for the soil, using a combination of PVC pipe and solar panels.
I am not really sure what to do with the PVC pipe, I just need to cut it into pieces to make it a fence for my garden.
The only other option is to build the fencing on the ground, he said.
When he first heard about the project, he wanted to put it off until he could make some money from it, but it was too expensive to not get started.
It was not until he built a fence and got the money to start with that he realised it would be worth it.
“The fence is a lot cheaper than building the fence on the soil.
I have been working on this for almost four years and I can see the benefit,” he said of his new fence.
“The fence will keep out weeds, spiders, and insects.
I can also do some gardening for my kids.”
It’s a hobby, not a businessThe fence would be placed at the edge of a field, with a concrete floor beneath, to create a barrier to keep out insects and other pests.
There would be a gate at the front to let in traffic, and a solar panel at the back, so it could be used as a solar power plant or for the growing of vegetables, he added.
This will cost around $5,000, he estimated.
Mr Grewal is not yet selling the fence, but he is planning to sell it to someone else who will buy it.
“If someone else wants to sell me this and I don’t want to take it, that’s fine, I will take it,” he told ABC News.
If he sells the fence to someone, the buyer will pay for it out of their own pocket.