As title states, I require help, advice, critique, on the following fruiting chamber design.
First, I am in a very complicated domestic situation at the present time,, so design needs to be as stealthy/ low maintenance/ self sustaining as possible.
Here is my plan;
1-Heat mat on bottom for warmth, I have laboratory grade temperature controllers at my disposal to regulate temp.
2-Wet layer of perlite on bottom of tub to provide humidity and even heat dissipation.
3- 1/2" holes filtered with poly-fill along lower sides for CO2 exit, not quite sure if these should be at the level of the top of the perlite, or at the level of the tops of the fruiting containers. I am thinking at the perlite level, since CO2 is heavier than air, and would tend to accumulate at the very bottom.
4- Timed aquarium pump pushing FILTERED air (with a in-line micro filter) in at the top of the enclosure, to push the CO2 out from the lower holes as needed.
5- daylight bulbs as needed, blue led as needed.
Any problems with this design?
Anything I've missed?
Thanks for your time,