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Old 10-01-2018, 05:01 PM #11
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Another theory is that the radiant heat should not be never out of the optimal range for growing [never over 88/90°F].
I think it's wrong, because in outdoor growing the sun can heat over those temperatures.
And the sun can provide too much light. In either case the plant "shuts down" to conserve energy.
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too much light or heat?



anyway, I bought an ir thermometer and it simply cut any discussion about it.
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