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    Nepenthes Specialist nepenthes gracilis's Avatar
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    Hi Khai, the setup I will be using is how Mike's is setup...you can see his on his website under growing neps in a greenhouse I think. A fogger would be nice...and a simple large ultrasonic humidifier would probably do the trick.

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    Could you throw that link up for me bro?

    Merry Solstice!

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    The ponds in my green house cover about 20% of the ground.


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    Ultrasonic humidifier is a good idea if you dont mind buying them all the time they break very easy iv never had one last me more then 1 winter.They make a really neat looking fog .

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    you ever seen those portable evap coolers? they are little and go in your window... well we in the dryer states see them all the time. one time i used one in my girlfriends bed room at her old house. except i sat it in the middle of the room instead of in a window. guess what? it got so humid! when the same air is passed through the cooler pads with the water it picks up more moisture. but as we all probably know evap coolers don't work when it is humid right? so no worry about it cooling off the gh in the winter.
    so, why not buy one of these little guys.. i think i see them for like 60 bucks and just set it in the green house. usally you gotta fill the water in them yourself.. but if you're handy it is super easy to put in one of those fillers with the float. just use the same one out of a regular size cooler. they are like 2 bucks. i hope this can help!!
    edit: the more i think about this... the more i think this would add more humidity than just a evap cooler. so even if you are getting a evap cooler setup, maybe it would still be helpfull to run this too.....?
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    Well I think that I am going to build an evap pad as big as I cna get it without it costing alot. Hopefully it won't be too hard to install...the building materials will not cost alot thank god as I have most of them except the pad media.

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