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Watch "My indoor greenhouse" on YouTube

Discussion in 'Growing Areas' started by blestbeing, Dec 10, 2015.

  1. blestbeing

    blestbeing Member

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    My indoor greenhouse:

    I think I actually did it!!!!!!!!![emoji122] [emoji122] [emoji122] and it only took me a 12 pack. You were right Marni, I needed more than one
     
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    xmpraedicta Prairie angraecoid nut Supporting Member

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    That's pretty awesome! What is it made of? Did you build it with a kit?
     
  3. blestbeing

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    Thank you. No its not a kid. If you look on one of my posts, I believe my therapy project you will see what it is made of. It is a compilation of cobbled together parts. What is actually operating the vents is the motor and relays of a toy remote control truck I found at a garage sale. I am operating it in the background with the remote control from the truck. Also behind the greenhouse is a roll up screen shake which is operated by a motor and tranny from a Barbie riding Jeep. Scrap wood from work and a number of other misfit parts. I'm glad you like it. If you are financially challenged like I am I can give you answers to some questions if you want to cobble together your own. You will have graciously help me out in the best I can do is pass it forward. Thanks again kama Dave'
     
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    That's kit not kid, you all have graciously helped me out, and comma not karma Dave'. Sorry about that
     
  5. Marni

    Marni Well-Known Member Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Dave, I'm impressed, again!

    If you want to go in and edit within a short time of posting, you should be able to do that. I find it a lot less embarrassing than having to put up a second post to correct the previous.
     
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    Thanks again for both points. I didn't know that there was a slight delay time.