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      While browsing the net a year or so ago i came across an image of some ridiculously huge roots on a pepper plant and having grown pepper plants quite a few times myself, i wouldn't label them as prolific rooters. So i was interested as to what method they were grown, i was thinking aeroponics but then realised it was fed by a nutrient rich Fog.

      Nutrients suspended in fog?? To cut a long story short, after visiting the link provided on greenair's website to the fogger manufacturer who are ShiraFrappa Or Shira. Do a search for Shira foggers or green air and fogger and you'll see the pictures that inspired me to build this;


      I will detail how it works in the next thread.. heres a brief look at it in action...

      It uses a 5 head fogger (garden pond fogger) that is switched on and off to try to conserve disc life, and reduce heat transfer to water and also the plants don't need a constant misting, an ebb and flow effect seems to work best. We also needed a lighting relay inbetween the fogger and the timer as it is 8 amps, this along with a second timer it started to get expensive...
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