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Old 07-02-2020, 04:17 PM
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That's awesome CH. The orchids and the growing area. Could even grow pitcher plants in there (eg. the amazing Nepenthes kinds)!!! (maybe you do already!!!!!).
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Old 07-02-2020, 05:33 PM
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Impressive, Clawhammer!
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Congrats and GREAT grow space!!
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Clawhammer, what are you using for the bottom trays on your shelves? Looks ready made as a drip tray? Trying to find parts for when I get my basement greenhouse project up and running. Something like that would help a lot for what I'm looking to set up.
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Clawhammer, what are you using for the bottom trays on your shelves? Looks ready made as a drip tray? Trying to find parts for when I get my basement greenhouse project up and running. Something like that would help a lot for what I'm looking to set up.
They are called "rack trays" and are made by Botanicare. They are perfect for wire shelves.
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Old 07-20-2020, 09:34 AM
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WOW!!!

high Five!!!

i am really amazed by a few things here and major props to you for the great results.

i am shocked you have all those guys happy in the same light! i am enamored by the way the setup has come together and i love the clay pot vanda method

cheers and congrats and thanks for sharing
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WOW!!!

high Five!!!

i am really amazed by a few things here and major props to you for the great results.

i am shocked you have all those guys happy in the same light! i am enamored by the way the setup has come together and i love the clay pot vanda method

cheers and congrats and thanks for sharing
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Old 07-20-2020, 10:30 AM
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It's a shame those 60 watt Relassy panels are discontinued now. They were only a year old when I first found them and a year later they are discontinued.
I have 1 myself but I hate knowing I can't get a replacement/spare or additional one anymore.

When it comes to decent lights they are either rare, expensive or both.
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Old 07-20-2020, 10:49 AM
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It's a shame those 60 watt Relassy panels are discontinued now. They were only a year old when I first found them and a year later they are discontinued.
I have 1 myself but I hate knowing I can't get a replacement/spare or additional one anymore.

When it comes to decent lights they are either rare, expensive or both.
They are still available on Amazon. I hadn't heard about them being discontinued, where did you hear that?
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Old 07-20-2020, 11:20 AM
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here in the uk they are no longer available.
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