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So I got something sorted out for cultivation this winter, mostly. I am going to build a heated greenhouse. It's going to be partially passive solar, having two covers with air blown in between them for insulation. And then an external source too. Basically hot water running through pipes and through oil drums all along the sides.
We will have a vent on either side with a fan for FAE and cooling it down. I am going to build a few of those big barrel humidifiers that I saw on here somewhere.
I think I'm going to do three sections, on for the sawdust blocks, one for straw and a third will be a low humidity area for drying out before 2nd and 3rd flushes.
Give me some advice and criticism on this. Will the FAE be enough? Will I have humidity problems? What are some other things to watch out for?
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