Date: Sun, 17 Jan 1999 14:40:28 PST From: "Stefan Ploszak" <firstname.lastname@example.org> To: email@example.com Message-Id: <aabcdefg124$foo@default> Subject: Re: warm weather temperate CPs
>The only other way that I could think of trying would be to bury >some
large gauge aquarium tubing in your pots / boxes, connect the >tubing to
a small, submersible, aquarium pump and have the pump in a >large,
cooled sump (there are various ways to cool the sump), with >the return
end of the pipe returning to the sump.
For me I have a hard time finding an effective method to cool the
water into the 50s when the outside temps are in the 80s. Especially a
cost effective method.
In nature the plants are found bathing in very cool(50s) spring water.
Under those conditions the plants thrive and grow prolifically.
>Please note that this is only an IDEA ,I've NOT tried it out
I feel it could work well, but again, how could you cool the water so
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