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Old 06-18-2018, 08:34 PM #191
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Humidity changes by a factor of 2x for every 10 degrees C or 18 degrees F. So if the outside air is 60F and %100 humidity, it would only be %50 humidity at 78F in your garage.

Humidity has a strong temperature aspect. Hope this helps you figure out what you need to do.
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Pics are about a week apart. The last pic was 2 weeks ago. I'll flip soon. I have added a 12" fresh air Intake direct from outside with a filter box and 2x 8" hurricane after burner fans. Along with programming my controller to dim at 89 degrees and shut off half the lights at 95 degrees temps during nbn g the hottest part of the day creep from low 80s at night to mid 90s during the hottest peak.

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Looking good. Sure has been hot lately up here. This is not the Maine that I grew up in. Today is great for growing and everything else in between.
Question; is the water in the bottom buckets pushing back to the control bucket or are you doing an undercurrent thing?
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Yes sir the heat is a bit of a pita. I'm bringing another 4kw tent in the basement online and working the exhaust and intake parameters for that. It gets toasty down there.

The buckets are just an ebb n flow bucket system I'm using for drain to waste. I top feed and drain the waste outdoors
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For a moment I thought they dheveloped from your next to last post your latest in three days!

one thing for sure is the girls seem to thrive on that setup but for the heat of course. Cannot use AC?
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Haha I wish they veg out that quick!


I've switched to greenleaf monster crop 1 part nutrients. The work smarter not harder voice in me couldn't pass up the simplicity of the res changes.


The heat has shown itself as a very slight lead twist from time to time when the room sees 97 degrees for a few days in a row. These temps are rare so I'm not stressing about it. I flipped these girls yesterday so temps will probably not see 90s anymore.

I could add ac if I wanted to run sealed but after crunching the numbers it doesnt make since right now for the added expense of throwing 4 tons of mini split in there and the added electricity costs involved plus wiring and installing them. Outside air cooling the room is so much cheaper lol


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For a moment I thought they dheveloped from your next to last post your latest in three days!

one thing for sure is the girls seem to thrive on that setup but for the heat of course. Cannot use AC?
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