I know this subject has been repeated a number of times, and I looked thru many of the older posts concerning this. (Older being the keyword!)
I am wondering what method of cooling people are using. Those of you who are lucky enough to live in a climate where outside growing of highlanders is easy, need not respond. I am interested in those people using artificial cooling methods, and how they like their system.
I am not looking for "ideas" right now, of what "might" work or what would be a "cool" method to try... I simply want to hear from people running highland setups NOW, and what you like about it and what you don't!
I have heard about people running AC cooling, but I wonder how low of temps you can get out of an AC unit? Below 50 degrees? Also, is condensation a problem? Water running off of copper tubes possibly becomes polluted I am assuming... from the copper?
And for those using a modified Refrigerator/freezer... do you have any problems from running it for long periods of time? (An AC unit is built to run long periods of time, but a freezer tends to run for short periods of time and cycle on and off, as the insulation does its work holding out the heat.)
No matter what system you are using, I would love to hear what you like about it, and what you don't. Also, any problems you may have, and how you might improve your system? It is from you current users I want to hear from, and hear your ideas about cooling and humidity, etc. and how it is working out for you.
Well, any comments would be greatly appreciated. Again, I am wanting to hear from those of you who have a system going now. I want to hear about your experience with it.
Thanks in advance to those of you willing to take the time to share a bit of your expertise.