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Old 01-16-2020, 11:15 AM
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I have a Mist King (it's not hand pump up) for my orchids. I have a T on it with a single hose and nozzle that's connected in line with the others (long hose) that I leave hanging on a shelf. When I want to fine-mist something, I grab it and turn the mister on, walk around and use it where I want it, then hang it back on the shelf. Works very well for me. Likely too pricey unless you also want the misters on automatic, which I do.

Next best place for ultra fine mist is a cheaper pump setup like ExoTerra, but you get what ya pay for.
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Old 01-16-2020, 11:29 AM
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It would certainly give me a reason to buy a mist king.....
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Yup. Sometimes trying to rig stuff up to one's satisfaction just isn't worth the frustration in the long haul. Depending on your setup, you could also put an inline ball valve on one end of the T, so you could only have that one "watering mister" turn on and leave the rest to just be automatic.

I just bought the 4.0 starter kit, and and six extra valves, a couple of 90 elbows and a couple of T's. If you aren't using RO, rainwater, etc, you may want to invest in a sediment filter. I also bought an extra coil of tubing. I didn't put $200 into it, and have been using same for years. I use a 40 gallon clear storage tub for my reservoir and if I'm not cheating and dipping from it, it lasts a loooong time.

And no, I'm not affiliated with MistKing.
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Fridges? Nice.
yes, fridges....

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also, i know it is not what you are looking for but this is my sprayer...it was not expensive, less that $30 and it sprays very fine.
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I thought you meant refridgerated grow chambers.
Nice N. x Miranda! I am focusing on species like argentii, spec. Nov. Papua New Guinea, Hamata etc.

Would be nice if they would grow faster.
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Ainít that the truth!!! Plants teach patience
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