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EVENEVE

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Re: My bodgy "cloner".
« Reply #15 on: March 06, 2019, 12:44:46 pm »

ooooo your so inspirational...i love experimenting and creating..... im thinking a vicks vaporiser unit misting warming steaming aerating..... on cloner with the good old pool noodle slices as disks....sliced down the side and adjusted to circle stems and hole saw in plastic tub lid...to fit the noodle biskits...... hmmmm im crafting tomorrow.......and i got a veranda cooling mist curtain ...twenty meters long and six channel irrigation timer.... just need a pressure source.....or pump.... the ones you mentioned above sound good and reliable....ill come up with something.... i would love to see what types of creative cloning units people have made from alternative and re-purposed materials....for inspiration and technique.... im intrigued....oh yes....any fertigation tips on products and frequency and lighting also.... i love to see creative flow and ingenuity....and i really appreciate a well re purposed appliance.....kmart has some cheap and useful things...the $15 rice cooker..... makes a mad heated sand bath...evaporation unit...sterilizing pot...for soil and tools.......among other things.....xxxxCatara
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Solipsis

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Re: My bodgy "cloner".
« Reply #16 on: September 10, 2019, 05:30:38 pm »

Veery nice!!

Question: would it be cheaper and more practical to do fogponics with an ultrasonic humidifier? If you are just rooting you dont really need nutrients right?
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