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blackdogwoody

That pretty cool seek, thanks for posting. That bucket looks radioactive, sweet.

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shroomolas

Wow Seek, awesome job.

I did this exact same thing when I first setup my greenhouse, only problem was my cpu fans kept shorting out because water vapors would screw up yhe electronics. Nice work fixing that up.

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Seekknowledge

Wow Seek, awesome job.

I did this exact same thing when I first setup my greenhouse, only problem was my cpu fans kept shorting out because water vapors would screw up yhe electronics. Nice work fixing that up.

Thanks man, I've been using that same fan for over a year now

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shroomolas

Wow Seek, awesome job.

I did this exact same thing when I first setup my greenhouse, only problem was my cpu fans kept shorting out because water vapors would screw up yhe electronics. Nice work fixing that up.

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I believe they are 1"

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ok and you just let the fogger float in the water or what?

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Seekknowledge

It just sits on a stand in the water, Posted Image, if you don't have a stand they make floaters for ponds. Not sure how much they are though.

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well im just wondering why you dont just use the vicks humidifiers? there about 20 bucks which is the same price as the fogger and computer fan?

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well im just wondering why you dont just use the vicks humidifiers? there about 20 bucks which is the same price as the fogger and computer fan?

You prob could, as long as it doesn't produce any heat, and you would still want some kind of fan. A fan helps to mix the humid air inside your gh. otherwise you will end up with pooling water in certain areas that would cause problems. Also everything will have to be cleaned or mold will grow. That means any little parts will need to be cleaned as well. That's the main reason I don't use valves and all that.

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Seekknowledge

ok so yours sounds better than the vicks, when i get my GH going ill be making this

Hell yea man, if you need any other help with it when you get it going just let me know.

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Mush Zombie

foggers are good for gilled mushrooms. it basically mists them and the casing for you. I wouldnt use my GH without a fogger, because I dont like to mist and fan.

 

foggers are bad for many other types of mushrooms though

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sporeboyz

foggers are good for gilled mushrooms. it basically mists them and the casing for you. I wouldnt use my GH without a fogger, because I dont like to mist and fan.

foggers are bad for many other types of mushrooms though

do tell, so a fogger would be good for oysters since they are gilled? K I may have just answered my own question :P
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