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wich method to supply humidity?
    #456903 - 11/13/01 11:04 AM (22 years, 8 months ago)

peace 4 all!
i am ready to take my spores in. but i am also start to constract my growin' lair. now i was wondering between using an ultra-sonic humifier, and the perlite method, both of them is ready to be built, but i dont know wich one is the better.
so please tell me ifu know. i am begginer in shrooms, so
calculate that in eighter,

thanks, and karma for all who helps! mulan

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Invisibleblahblahblah
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Registered: 10/24/01
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Re: wich method to supply humidity? [Re: mulan]
    #456915 - 11/13/01 11:36 AM (22 years, 8 months ago)

I personally have never tried an Ultra Sonic before but I do use perlite and must say that it works excellently. The good thing, I feel, about perlite is that I get to fan and spray everyday. Most people consider this a chore but I like it. I always want to look at the casing to see how they are doing, and by having to mist and fan twice a day I have an excuse to. I think it will matter how often you can get to them to check up. If you are real busy all the time and don't have the time to mist and fan twice a day then go with the ultra sonic. If not perlite does a damn fine job, I probably don't need to mist, but it seems to help my casings pin.
Good Luck

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Re: wich method to supply humidity? [Re: mulan]
    #456977 - 11/13/01 12:50 PM (22 years, 8 months ago)

I have yet to see *anyone* recomend a ultra sonic.

why don't more people read the archives before they ask such questions? come on.

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