I do , I found indoors they dried out around the belts,but I found heat cables imbedded in the floor/table using thin set on a thermostat works great if outdoors probably different idk
Gonna put in my 3’x3’ & 32”x32” tents. Was gonna line floor with 2 mil plastic. Create a bottom feeding piping setup that runs to a 5 gal tea bucket, with unions and ball valves. The heating would be embedded into pots and meant to stay indefinitely; as this is a permanent no till setup. It could be placed between pots and plastic sheeting, possibly? The bottom of the pots would probably always remain slightly damp.
That will work nicely, it’s nice and consistent heat they will be happy this winter for sure
Florida winters are still warm. Days around 70-88F
Nice it will still help tho consistency is important:)
I’m looking to maintain my root temp, microbes and worm populations. Consistent heat is a must for all around health. Thanks for you help @hoppiefrog with my planning.
Anytime my friend
Do you call her 3 leaf?
She’s looking great brother
I call it a fuqn top cola without bud rot during rainy season, in need of a top dressing
Fqntopwobrinrainsn for short
You are walking the fine line, rain and more rain, You will make it brother.
Tossed the dice topping the ZLZ Auto
Craps! She immediately stopped growing and went into flowering. I feel death would be a kindness.
Got my irrigation parts for my 65 gal pots today. I ordered the heating cables as well. Thanks goes to @mrcrabs for providing the charged and uncharged biochar for my 18 cf of soil mix. Waiting on my 40# BrixBlend Bassalt paramagnetic rock dust to begin mixing and cooking up the last 12 cf I’ll need.