Originally Posted by Bloom SA
So what you're saying is run a heater and a small exhaust at the same time with no inlet?
I've always read that temperature trumps humidity, and to bring out all the colours and terpenes of the strain, one needs to lower temperature to 17/18 degrees celcius. Does one not loose out on this if they are using heat to lower RH?
well i think thats the one catch to this method, you can only use it if you have about 20 degrees or so to spare. it will work great for me being up north because its always cold enough in late summer and fall. i think around 65-70 is when it would prob be too warm to effectively use heat as a dehumidifer. hey crushnyuba, can you check me on that one? you're the expert. thats just how it makes sense in my head
so i'm thinking for exhausting maybe its best to try and run push out air from a kind of low point in the greenhouse? i imagine as the heat chugs away in there, the hottest and dryest air is gonna sit up high and the cool humid air is gonna hover low. so wouldnt it be best to try and draw the air out from the bottom? also, no intake at all? just a little? from up high? maybe it really doesnt matter haha