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Old June 25, 2017   #1
49tandc
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Default How can I reduce heat inside greenhouse.

I do not have electricity (except 12V. solar) in the greenhouse. Standard temps from late May thru Sept is mid 90s here in North Florida. Greenhouse goes over 100 most of the afternoon)

I'm considering running misters on a timer (a 12V solution); Getting a couple of 12V fans from the junkyard (another 12 V that would require another battery/solar panel, etc). or getting a couple of "wind turbines and cutting holes in the plastic to let the heat out.

Do any of you guys or girls have experiences with these methods, or perhaps have a better solution? I'm all ears...


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