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magicman

Awesome, thanks sugar!

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moxi

woah, super fancy but super simple, love it!

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Sugaree

Thanks guys :D Lmk how this works for you if you try it out!There are some modifications I have seen to add more shelves and better routing of the water vapor to each shelf when the greenhouse is filled. If I add any of these extras, I'll post pics and the methods I used if I do things differently.

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Str0be

I was at benny's the other day and I saw a 4 tier greenhouse except it was double the width of this. I would say it would hold 2x the amount of trays. I was thinking about using that, but the seems at the zippers didn't look to good.

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Sugaree

It would probably work, the zippers and seams don't get too much use or wear unless you put something on the shelves that stretches out the cover and strains the seams. I got mine from Amazon for about $40 and it has held up really well to my abuse, they only thing I would do different is spray the frame down with rustoleum bc it's started to rust a little in spots from the humidity.If it's less than $80, I would say go for it, otherwise you can buy 2 from Amazon for the same price.

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shroomolas

So you don't mist or fan at all and your mushies come out just fine?I'm all about simplicity!

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shroomolas

absolutley, if you have the correct set up for a GH. There are also less costly and time consuming teks to achieve the same outcome, for simplicity's sake, like monotubs.However, I built a giant GH (out of a ferret masion cage), for species that require more maintenance than Cubensis (that wont make it in a monotub/dub tub) and I absolutley fell in love with it.Although for cubes, my favorite is still the good old monotub. No checking water levels, scrubbing etc.

I totally agree! I just started a monotub for ease of use... but I do have a GH because I thought they were cool, before I knew anything about cultivation. Lol. Now i dont have to waste all the money I spent on it . Still gonna rock the mono, they rock! :D
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Dozzer

Very nice !!! thanx For sharing !!Peace**D**

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Those Who Were

looking good man. i cant believe that humidifier pushed out that much. all the ones ive had(not warm mist) you get more air then humidity. nice work.

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Dozzer

looking good man. i cant believe that humidifier pushed out that much. all the ones ive had(not warm mist) you get more air then humidity. nice work.

I do believe Sugaree is female...but she still one of the Guys for sure !!!

Peace

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Mr.Greenthumb

Where do you buy the 4 tier green house?

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Mush Zombie

e bay, amazon, make it yourself ;)

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Seekknowledge

I am about to start a Martha project today, this is exactly what I needed, thanx

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SlimJim

I have been looking into setting up a greenhouse. How often do you need to change the perlite with this setup?

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Mush Zombie

I have been looking into setting up a greenhouse. How often do you need to change the perlite with this setup?

I never have personally...

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SlimJim

The perlite would soak up excess humidity to leave room for error, right?

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Dozzer

The perlite would soak up excess humidity to leave room for error, right?

Verm in a jar is to soak up extra Moisture...the Perlite is used to create humidity within your green House or tote...you want your perlite to stay moist/wet so when the temps change(Cold air meets Hot Air) it creates evaporation...hense creating your humidity within your Green House/Tote

Peace

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Mush Zombie

The perlite would soak up excess humidity to leave room for error, right?

no

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Mush Zombie

This thread is now locked due to sugaree's absence of over 3+ months. Please direct all questions to general cultivation so that they can be answered effectively.

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Mush Zombie

sucks that the pics are gone from here. this is why we do not allow third party uploads. because pics will disappear in time. 

i will leave this here for the information that is provided. use your imagination ;)

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Mush Zombie

Nevermind, pictures were preserved here (not posting the link so that search engine spiders dont crawl the website, just copy and paste) http://rebuild.shroomology.org/growing-mushrooms/cultivation-techniques/fruiting-chambers/martha-tek/

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