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Old 05-11-2015, 12:37 AM #41
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I do not grow in the desert, so maybe it isnt possible to reach 80% RH growing indoors. Must be like trying to grow in a vacuum oven..?
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Old 05-11-2015, 12:50 AM #42
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Milky,

try this one...


https://www.dropbox.com/s/bcbrj9p01w...ke%20.mov?dl=0
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Old 05-11-2015, 12:53 AM #43
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it takes me to login sign up page... if you close the tiny window by clicking the x .. it says preview failed but still allows me to download and save the file to my computer despite looking like it wont work....
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Old 05-11-2015, 01:53 AM #44
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great thread FE
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Old 05-11-2015, 04:23 AM #45
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Im not sure if the 6 lighter comment was in reference to big soil little room... and or was an assumption of limited experience on my part? or maybe Im reading in too much...? I certainly dont share every grow or try and show all my cards. Once a year Ill share a grow I feel may be of value to others.


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no, wasnt in reference to your big soil little room ( i love that thread, just started reading thru it), was more in reference to my own rooms that average 6 lites in flowering, and my own experience with them
not making any assumptions about you, and i don't think of you as someone with limited exp (rather someone with extensive knowledge).
tossing h2o on the floor will temporarily raise humidity, just not something i wana be doing all the time to keep that rh up (then again, i dont have a subfloor like in the bigsoil room where water on the floor would fall beneath where i walk, could you even walk into that room?). I appreciate you sharing your grow and knowledge and experience, wasn't trying to take a shot, or be a smartass...
def reading in too much
what you were picking up on is my frustration at being unable to achieve proper humidity in my rooms since relocating to a very arid environment. previously i was in a super humid place and was familiar with battling HIGH humidity.
photosynthesis knows my pain. even in LARGE ops with extensive environmental controls low humidity can an issue (unless dealing with well sealed rooms, which imo tend to have PLENTY of humidity).

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I do not grow in the desert, so maybe it isnt possible to reach 80% RH growing indoors. Must be like trying to grow in a vacuum oven..?
never thought of it like that but.... exactly,
especially since i run rooms with LOTS of air exchange, open hoods, lots of air circulation. rooms that generally have negative air pressure.
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This is a good community. Not in this thread but anytime I get into a disagreement with someone we present facts experience and knowledge til we reach a mutual agreement. No bullshit huffing and puffing lol. Yet....
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Downloading now....thanks FE.

I have no clue on uptake other than john claims the plant has limited cation and anion uptake just like soil. And then nova says a plant can take up 50% more nitrate than it can use. Is K the same way...I don't know.

I use sea shield to supply si along with adding it to the soil.
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Old 05-11-2015, 10:10 AM #48
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Doing everything you stated still doesn't get 250 lights in colorado to over 35% humidity. It's not easy at all here.
Heh well if ur rocking 250 lights (think I read that right...) u should be able to afford a commercial greenhouse humidification system... or be able to employ how ever many hippies it takes to dump enough water on the floor to get ur humidity up... whatever easier...
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Old 05-11-2015, 12:46 PM #49
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Just remembered the Coco Tree thread, that dude is straight ROCKING a high humidity garden in Colorado with no humidifiers...

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Even in a sealed room in the PNW you can fight humidity. Some 5 tons will strip a room below 35% unless it's chock full, I've even struggled to maintain 50 filled to the brim. Bloody units should be sold as dehums... Sure wish I'd known about ultrasonic foggers back then, maybe if I get my shits in a row again I'll find a need
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