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Offlinealisia
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martha PMP question
    #3407427 - 11/25/04 09:53 AM (12 years, 7 months ago)

is it possible to make a martha style PMP for casings?
A vertical tall tub or martha closet with shelving with the geolite/hydroten in the botton with the bubble wands and fish pump for humidity?? seeing they dont need much humidity cause there casings??

Also if its doable should the hole for air to escape go towards the middle of the thing instead of towards the top...???

Juts an idea im toying with. currently im using a PMP for casings cause cakes jjust arnt worht the time to me. Itd be nice to fit more in it :confused:


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Re: martha PMP question [Re: alisia]
    #3407434 - 11/25/04 09:59 AM (12 years, 7 months ago)

yes it is..except it wont have the perlite lova nor geolite,i have a container that seals completly tight.i running a ultra sonic, i haven't bought my cool mist yet waiting on karo jars to grow.but you wouldn't call it a pmp i would call it a mini martha. im using a tvalv ontop with 3/4 clear vinyl hose where both will connect. it floods the chamber with humidity fae..but not to sure in your situation if its going to work.


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Re: martha PMP question [Re: djred]
    #3407457 - 11/25/04 10:19 AM (12 years, 7 months ago)

If you're going to put your intake (the line coming from the humidifier to the martha) near the top, put the hole near the bottom so it forces all the old air out first to keep it all circulating.


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Re: martha PMP question [Re: jonas]
    #3407460 - 11/25/04 10:21 AM (12 years, 7 months ago)

yup your correct. i have this for my fruiting chamber its a nice idea.. www.beermachine.com im calling it the shroom machine.


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