Re: Build your own mist timer.
WF (can't see your actual name, anywhere) I guess I could have been a little more clear, about this. What we were doing there really doesn't apply to nanas. There we were rooting cuttings of various temperate (azaleas, boxwood, viburnum, etc., etc.) and tropical (mandevilla, allamanda, thunbergia, etc., etc.plants. These cuttings have leaves but, to start with, no roots, so they need the moisture to keep them from drying up, until they get roots, and the ability to take up water. Sorry about that.