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    I found it on this site:

    http://www.carlnet.org/~ttsdaly/plantstand.html

    You could just make 1 tier or keep building them up.

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    BoooOOOOooooo!!!!! unknownclown's Avatar
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    thats very cool!!
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    SirKristoff is a poopiehead Ozzy's Avatar
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    I've made some similar to those, but I wrapped them in plastic. They make great lowland chambers.

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    Let's positive thinking! seedjar's Avatar
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    Say Ozzy, when you were doing that, did you ever get problems with condensation dripping on the floor? I was considering making something like this but I thought it might be a little leaky.
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    SirKristoff is a poopiehead Ozzy's Avatar
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    No, I encased the whole thing with plastic. So when it dripped down it would just collect on the bottom. It would make a pool and that would further help with humidity. For ventilation I just cut two slits down the front, and then cut from slit to slit to make a flap. That was my door. It worked pretty good.

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