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  • WizardsNThings
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    Same here. Winter indoor, hovering around 23-28%. So far the plants haven't cared. May try the towel method but if the plants don't care I probably won't bother.

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  • GreenState
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    I don't bother with dealing with low humidity (I heat with wood) and plants do just fine. In fact I prefer low humidity--less chance of WPM
    Last edited by GreenState; 01-13-2020, 12:45 PM.

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  • Rwise
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    Bucket of water with an air stone, myself I make soup! But here in OK we rarely have low RH,,,,

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  • JuanHondo
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    i hang a towel with the bottom end sitting in a 2.5gal bucket of water...brings RH in the tent from ~30% up to ~65%

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  • alltatup
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    Some folks have mentioned hanging wet towels if you don't have a humidifier.

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  • homegrown
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    You could try a tray of water in front of your fan..let the fan blow over the water. It'll bring the humidity up. Used it in my garage grow this summer. Not sure if it will bring it up 20-25% but it will help.

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  • FunkyButtLovin
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    When mine gets lower than I feel is acceptable, I use a humidifier.

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  • BR2K
    started a topic How do you deal with low relative humidity?

    How do you deal with low relative humidity?

    My winter indoor humidity is hovering around 25%...

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