|By Cbee (Cbee) on Tuesday, December 25, 2001 - 12:45 am:|
Well well.. look at these pics i found on the internet of SOME GUYS terrarium. not bad not bad, what do you guys think? I believe that there is a coolmist attached to 2 garden hoses, that feed into the closet, then pvc piping with drilled holes to distribute the humidity... then a small florecent lighting unit about the first shelf, mounted on the back, this ligh carries thru-out the terr. because i think the guy cut holes in the wood shelves to let light go thru the poly plastic covering of the shelf. Any input, im sure this guy can take some critism or praise =) i wish i knew who he was
|By quote: (Quote) on Tuesday, December 25, 2001 - 12:59 am:|
damn, i'm green with envy.
|By Cbee (Cbee) on Tuesday, December 25, 2001 - 01:06 am:|
the cool things about that setup are a) you can use 1-4 of the shelves for growing, in these pics only 2 are being used. The other 2 are great for storage of verm, brf, jars, syringes, etc... anything you dont want ppl to see =) and as you can see it has a nifty lock I think itd be neat to convert one of the shelves into a incubator, maybe if i can find out who this guy is i can suggest that to him.
|By Cbee (Cbee) on Tuesday, December 25, 2001 - 11:36 pm:|
do you guys have any ideas on turning one shelf into a incubator? been thinkin about it and can't really find the best way. It is hard to seal and keep all the heat in, enless it is done like the fruiting chamber. I dont think that the fish tank heater this guy has will be powerfull enouugh to heat a whole shelf. Anyways merry xmas, im off to dinner at grandmas place =) mmmm... mmm....
|By Ron (Clubbenguy) on Monday, January 07, 2002 - 08:48 am:|
I think if you could seal one of the shelves off with a custom piece of plexiglass that would help keep the heat in for the incubation idea. Then just cut a little square out maybe add a hinge so you will have a way to get things in and out. Just my 2 cents.
|By Dr. Cubesis III (Newbieshroomer) on Monday, January 07, 2002 - 05:50 pm:|
Either build your own plexiglass/epoxy box that fits inside, or find a plastic storage container that fits in nicely
My 1/2 cent
|By relic (Relic) on Tuesday, January 08, 2002 - 12:41 pm:|
that's an awesome cabinet. i would like to have something like that