Ebo David wrote:@Mike, we should be able to feed you with hardware/software designs, etc. to make it happen. The sensing is little more than:
Kenneth Elwell wrote:Making the compost more towards "brown" would definitely have solved the ammonia problem.
Kenneth Elwell wrote: the compost exhaust can be bio-filtered through finished compost under the seedbeds (pgs. 96-97 of GB's CPWH shows one example) which handles the ammonia and odors, but also keeps the CO2 inside.
Kenneth Elwell wrote:Why not make your North wall/roof more conventionally framed? (like the Univ. of Missouri solar GH) It could have a vertical wall that might make shelving or hanging of your SHW pipes easier, and make that clipped NE corner easier to frame.
It would save the time of making the (now a different shape) trusses for the North side, and maybe shorter time to complete. (My projects seem to take three times longer than I hope...especially if there's "custom" parts I'm making)
Lots of things get simpler, flat wall panels for insulation and sheathing without cutting strips, joist hangers and brackets that fit the lumber...