Mr. B's Fruiting Chamber

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By Mr. B (Argonaut) on Tuesday, December 04, 2001 - 10:10 pm:

Hey Doc,

I'm not gonna spend anymore cash till later on. I invested enough so far to get me going. I'll hold on to my print till I make a box. I did go whole hog on a nice chamber, check it out and let me know what you think...chamber

By Dr. Cubesis III (Newbieshroomer) on Tuesday, December 04, 2001 - 11:04 pm:

Hell yea!!!

That chamber is Bad ass!! Simple design, I get to carried away with details I think....

Yes, I do, for sure.....

Tell me how you made it, or at least your materials.

Right now I have three, 1 giant 20 gallon tank,
standard design, switching to humidifier soon now that I know how TERRIBLE perlite smells after it has been used awhile...

Let me put it this way, my girlfriend has no trouble emptying the cat box, but the used perlite almost made her puke!!

And my other two are omoha steak boxes., Which are fairly large styrofoam containers about two inches thick. picked them up for 99 cents a piece at a thrifty store. Picked up a humidifier at the same store for 99 cents to, and last night I found... it glows in the dark!!! LOLOLOL!!!

Then I went to home depot and bought the standard stuff for the inside, bolts to hold drip shield, the shield ect.... Setting it up tonight to test the humidity factor.....

The perlite smells soooooooo bad.
Gotta make a change! :P)

By Mr. B (Argonaut) on Tuesday, December 04, 2001 - 11:36 pm:

Dude went to Home Depot and bought the shelf for about 25.00 US. Ultra-sonic Humidifier was about 40.00 US. That was bought a few years ago though. Ran some 3/8 Inner Diameter Clear Vinyl tubing (.25 bucks a foot) from the machine to the chamber. He has a fairly accurate hygrometer (I think + or - 3points) Believe it or not a digital meat thermometer dude paid 15.00 for and tested it over and over again with putting it outside and comparing it to the temperature for his area(the T.V. station meteorolgy station is 6 blocks from his house!) never off more than 2 degrees F! A piece of Plexi-glass up top and one on the bottom for some sort of seal to hold temp/Humidity. It looks like a nice setup to me...