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|Posted by: Magash Mar 12 03, 06:55 PM GMT|
| Here ya go. Plastic frame, plastic cover on all sides, zipper for easy access. There at walmart for 30 bucks.
|Posted by: steveoi812 Mar 12 03, 08:09 PM GMT|
|Yep add a stack a shelf plastic thingie and a couple fluros a humidifier and your off. I gotta get me one of those. I seen one the other day but didnt buy it like a D.A. Thanks for the tip...|
|Posted by: Mycota Dec 02 02, 08:47 PM GMT|
| Good quality ~ fit in a closet greenhouse ~ from a reputable company for under $50.
|Posted by: Mycota Dec 02 02, 09:00 PM GMT|
| Another one. Any store that handles IKEA furniture products can order it for you. Mycota
|Posted by: Mycota Dec 02 02, 09:12 PM GMT|
| PIC of use....& if you wonder, some caps were clipped off. LOL, slugs did not eat them. The print fairy used them. (pic by ANNO) Mycota
|Posted by: Jade Dec 02 02, 09:38 PM GMT|
|thats nice.. is there a humidier attached to it or something?|
|Posted by: Mycota Dec 02 02, 11:40 PM GMT|
|Posted by: WebMycellium Dec 03 02, 12:14 AM GMT|
|I just found one of those at a store called "ODD LOTS" for $19.99|
|Posted by: Jade Dec 03 02, 12:23 AM GMT|
|nice find. i assume you've seen the shorter version of it. think that shorter one would be good with a simple lil coolmist humidifier & a couple of tubs with some cakes or something? is perlite absolutely neccsary if humidication is being taken care of through another means? i never really thought abotu it, but what else can you sit your cake on? im going to be rigging up something new fairly soon. just tryin to get some ideas|
|Posted by: Mycota Dec 03 02, 12:55 AM GMT|
|Posted by: Jade Dec 03 02, 10:24 AM GMT|
|what about setting cakes on geolite with a humidifier? or is the geolite only good for wicking water up like it does in the hydropod|
|Posted by: Mycota Dec 03 02, 11:28 AM GMT|
|Posted by: DirtyWOP Dec 03 02, 12:16 PM GMT|
| Stop this
you are making me want to spend money!
new greenhouse, new compost heap, new flowhood
you are just full of info buddy!
|Posted by: DirtyWOP Dec 03 02, 12:20 PM GMT|
| there we go dammit!
I just spent 45 bucks!
|Posted by: Jade Dec 03 02, 12:29 PM GMT|
| hehe, scuse me while i put my jaw back in place. that was mighty interesting. im in awe.. heehe
any chance that you could explain how to utilize one of those hepa thingys in a small greenhouse thing in a closet .. when you're bored, ofcourse & have some time to kill
not a cake man eh?
id like to get into some casings soon actually, i just dont like how quick they've contammned in the past for me. then again i usually dont have time to fan them as much as they need to be fanned.. so some automation would go a long way.. i think the hepa would help too.
so, yeah.. if you have any more cool info feel free to share--there are eager eyes to read it
|Posted by: Kermit_The_Frog Dec 03 02, 01:05 PM GMT|
What are those casings of? Straw, Dung? I'm just wondering because those look amazing. I'm thinking about trying out some casings but I don't really want to mess with straw or poo. Is it worth it to do casings with 50/50 or something like that? I'm looking forward to hearing what your opinions are.
|Posted by: Mycota Dec 03 02, 01:45 PM GMT|
|Posted by: Nanook Dec 03 02, 01:51 PM GMT|
|First rate thread|
|Posted by: Mycota Dec 03 02, 02:00 PM GMT|
|Posted by: Jade Dec 03 02, 02:28 PM GMT|
| it sounds very very good. few questions hehe..
will that work with this kind of humidifer:
so... humidifier, some perlite & cheap filtration = semi-automated setup?
|Posted by: Mycota Dec 03 02, 02:49 PM GMT|
|Posted by: Fungusmaximus Dec 05 02, 02:37 PM GMT|
| Well I know I said I don't like casings sharing the same environment but...
I saw this greenhouse in a magazine for 70$ just like the one Mycota
has pictured here. I thought that would be nice to have but it was a little pricey for me...
Then I see I can get one for 49$... Still not up my alley...
At last! I was shopping for some supplies and came across this nifty greenhouse for 19$!!! I think mine may be a shelf shorter than this one but for 20 bucks I couldn't say no. I really don't have anymore room in my grow quarters but Ill work it out... Ill post some pics, when my girlfriend gets her new camera set up !!
|Posted by: DirtyWOP Dec 06 02, 08:16 AM GMT|
|Where'd you find that fungus? I wish I knew that b-4 I bought the 50 dollar one!|
|Posted by: Fungusmaximus Dec 06 02, 06:03 PM GMT|
| Mine is only 4 ft tall, 28 wide, 24 deep.
I got it from a place called Big Lots. Its a discount wal-mart, lots of cheap stuff. I buy most supplies there, H2o2 .39$, alcohol too. Tons of stuff we use...
I dont want to cut anything out off of the greenhouse so...
How do you suggest hooking my hepa humidifier up to the greenhouse?
Put a humidifier on the bottom shelf, that would be ok?
|Posted by: Fungusmaximus Dec 06 02, 10:31 PM GMT|
| Here is the overpriced:
|Posted by: DirtyWOP Dec 07 02, 08:48 AM GMT|
| Top shelf would be better fungus....
like mycota said, if you pipe in humid air thru the top and let it exhaust thru very small holes at the bottom, you not only have a top notch terrarium, but a top notch terrarium with positive pressure!
|Posted by: Fungusmaximus Dec 07 02, 01:42 PM GMT|
| Leave the bottom open?? A little risky to me...
Positive pressure, yes when its on, but if you run it 24/7 RH will be too high. + I dont like that the floor is open, 90% of contams are within 1ft of the floor. Inside the closet when the door is opened this stirs up contamo inside the greenhouse. Ive already placed plastic over the bottom and semi sealed it up....
|Posted by: Molester Dec 07 02, 10:12 PM GMT|
|You could have a HEPA running 24/7 at the top and have the bottom hole of the greenhouse covered with filters for positive pressure.|
|Posted by: Fungusmaximus Dec 08 02, 11:06 AM GMT|
| That would be an idea
But how well would the hepa work in high humidity? The hepa blows pretty hard versus the humidifier the hepa blowing dry air will work against the humidity.
|Posted by: DirtyWOP Dec 08 02, 11:25 AM GMT|
| Mycota already pretty much explained it all above.....
humid air in the top, out the bottom, thru a filter........it isn't that open to contams at all.....
|Posted by: DirtyWOP Dec 08 02, 11:26 AM GMT|
|If you wanna run the HEPA it's probably best to just leave it on the floor underneath, in the closet.....|
|Posted by: ggreatone Dec 08 02, 03:08 PM GMT|
| Man i d0nt have the kind 0f cash i need f0r these ideas,,,
But i D0 have a HEpA,,, 0h h0w i l0ve having hepa
|Posted by: OZZ Dec 08 02, 04:27 PM GMT|
all over it !! Anyone have a link ?
Mycota ... what kind of humidifier (brand) and what specs (if any) would you suggest ??
Thanks a ton !!!
|Posted by: Mycota Dec 08 02, 05:13 PM GMT|
|Posted by: OZZ Dec 08 02, 05:29 PM GMT|
| OOPS I missed the link ... sorry ..
With this setup it should virtually eliminate contam problems during the fruiting stage ?? Also with the above mentioned setup and a humidifier with the appropriate filters used as mentioned .... there is NO additional fanning required ?? So the only time you would have to open the greenhouse is to harvest and place the casings in the greenhouse when they are ready to be fruited .... correct ?
Thanks a million !!!!
|Posted by: Mycota Dec 08 02, 05:54 PM GMT|
|Posted by: shroomie Aug 19 03, 01:26 PM GMT|
| here's a link to a 4 tier greenhose for 29.99, good quality, i got one a while back!
by the way they also have 2- tier greenhouses for only like 18.00? check it out guys
|Posted by: Fungusmaximus Aug 19 03, 06:31 PM GMT|
| Looks like youve dug up the begining of the homer evolution!
This is where it began......
|Posted by: maryxmas Aug 19 03, 06:37 PM GMT|
its so beautiful to see homer as in its infant stage and see what a wonderful tek is has grown to become.
|Posted by: irishndn Aug 20 03, 09:23 PM GMT|
Any specifics on the inline HEPA filters for the Aquarium pumps?? A FOAF needs a couple for the chambers they have..
|Posted by: irishndn Aug 21 03, 01:01 AM GMT|
|Anyone... Just trying to find a supplier for the inline filters that Mycota mentioned... Wish I could be more specific, but the Zs got me LOL!!! very trippy LOL!!!|
|Posted by: Nanook Aug 21 03, 01:01 PM GMT|
| That is a speciality item... But... If your airflow is moderate, I bet a decent in-line gas filter would do the job cheap.
I will get this thread archived this evening I hope, I got's to run on a job now
|Posted by: irishndn Aug 21 03, 01:44 PM GMT|
|Thanks Nan! That will help my FOAF to fend off the green stuff. Thanks again!!|
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