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    Hi is there anyone that could help me with a few humidity questions on here??

    #2
    theres a ton who can help just need a question lol
    new grow room built summer of 2017 ,argo max tent for veging ,big kahuna reflector, 1000hps with added leds for the full spectrum . 15th indoor grow ,5 years outside gorilla grows(stealth is the key),veg under t5s growing autos under 300w leds
    current grow https://forum.growweedeasy.com/forum...-new-grow-room

    https://forum.growweedeasy.com/forum...-auto-vs-photo


    https://forum.growweedeasy.com/forum...-week-4-update

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      #3
      Go ahead and post your questions, mate
      Gorilla 3x3
      LEC 315
      Kind Soil
      Current: White Widow XXL, Girl Scout Cookies, Crystal M.E.T.H., and Six Shooter.

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        #4
        Cool thanks! My humidity has been 29% with temp around 26degrees celcius! so i put 2 small wet towels and a bucket of water aswell as my humidifier on full and its still only 34%! I have turned my extraction fan on low so not sucking out too much !! What else could i do ???

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          #5
          Maybe a bucket of water with an air stone,,, I have RH in the other direction,,,

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            #6
            Yea i just put a bucket of water in actually ! Ok ill look into an airstone then! Never heard of it ! Cheers

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            • Rwise
              Rwise commented
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              About any pet shop should have them, and an air pump

            #7
            Ok thanks! Have you tried using one?

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            • Weed Pharma
              Weed Pharma commented
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              I have used an airstone in a bucket-

              I have found low humidity slows growth initially- but the plant catches up once roots are developed, so I don't bother anymore.

              Below grow was in low humidity:
              See: https://forum.growweedeasy.com/forum...ies-autoflower

              "Low humidity did not seem to effect the overall grow-may have changed/delayed the usual growth pattern.
              I suspect the increased transpiration from low humidity helped provide "catch-up" once the root system fully developed."
              Last edited by Weed Pharma; 08-07-2019, 11:15 AM. Reason: added quote from link

            #8
            Cool thanks for that! Good to know

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              #9
              Are you in a tent? If so you need to raise the humidity of the room the tent is in. Also, rh should rise as your plants get bigger. VPD can really help get you zeroed in with healthy plants but she will still grow and produce outside that range, but you will be wondering "yeah, but what if". That 29% rh will come in handy the last couple weeks of flower. Good luck!

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                #10
                Yea 1.2m x1.2m tent and inside another boxed room ! Ill give that a try getting humidity up inside other room , thanks alot

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                  #11
                  I have had a real hard time getting the RH up in the winter/dry months. (That's what she said)

                  Great for the $44.28 I spent on it: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

                  6L tank and on low settings one full tank last 2-3 days, on the highest setting it can move the needle on the RH (I have it on my timer). Have really good air circulation, IMO and it makes a difference. Shedding heat is an important part of the equations. If you run hot humidity drops in my experience.

                  That said, once the girls are ready for flower they raise RH themselves. And we get the opposite problem :-)

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                    #12
                    Ok thanks for that

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