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The Mushroom Humidity Dome

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    New to Midwest is the Mushroom Humidity Dome. We have been working with similar style propagation containers for years now, but we finally found a model that is sturdy and heavy duty enough to ship and last through multiple grows. Perfect for any stage of mushroom growing, the Humidity Dome can be used for incubating & Fruiting jars and bulk casing grows. Measuring 20.5" x 10" x 2.75" its the optimal size for a bulk casing grow.

    Features:

    • 7" Humidity Dome with two adjustable vents with dials for customizable air exchange
    • Heavy Duty tray capable of multiple uses
    • Crystal clear heavy duty acrylic dome allows for maximum light exposure
    • Tray features raised channels to prevent water-logging your substrate

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    New to Midwest is the Mushroom Humidity Dome. Perfect for any stage of mushroom growing, the Humidity Dome can be used for incubating & Fruiting jars and bulk casing grows. Add Perlite and create the perfect fruiting chamber for Jars or use as a bulk growing container! Measuring 20.5" x 10" x 2.75" its the optimal size for a bulk casing grow. Heavy duty tray and dome will hold up through multiple uses!


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      Mushroom humidity dome

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      I really like this product. I was easy to start my grow project in this and they are doing great!

      Bit flimsy but great in a pinch!

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      The first one had a hole in the bottom. I emailed customer support and they had a new bottom on its way.
      This isn't a sturdy thing. But if your green house goes down this can save your butt!
      Just have a towel under it to absorb the excess moisture that runs down the side and leaks from the top to bottom connection.
      Once u take care of that it worked great.

      AL

      A decent container to start with

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      • Time saver
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      • May not be durable for long term usage
      The top is a little flimsy, but the base does hold 10lbs of materials without bending or flexing too much. I ran painters tape to secure the top to base during the first phase (no fresh air exchange). It's building up moisture nicely on the walls and top of the lid, and the mycelium has taken over about 25% of the surface in a week. I will be interested in seeing how well the vents on top work when it comes time for FAE. I plan on putting micropore tape over the vent holes when I do open it up.

      PA

      Nice and easy!

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      Nice cheap little setup without having to use a monotub. Came all in great shape. No complaints!

      Great product

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      Works great and will last multiple uses. Will buy again