Originally Posted by axle2u
thank you, for this info
what if I cant do 65 degrees tho,...?
and a 60% humidity....
be nice to have a cooler humidor eh...
a walk in....lol that be even better...
I was going to shut down half my grow closet
remove canopy light asm., on the one side
hang and dry in there....
but my day time temps, get up to 90...
way off the ball, with that temp....eh
she'd dry too fast, wouldn't she...?
I just got a big old window banger that will get my flower room to 62 with lights out.
If your flowers are finishing in 90 degree temps it's prolly not going to matter much but the coolest place in your house will be best and use an exhaust fan to dehumidify and a humidifier to keep as close to 55-60%.
Amazon has this controller for forty bucks that will control both that I use.
Inkbird AC 110V Digital Pre-Wired Outlet Dual Stage Humidity Controller IHC-200 (IHC-200)
A closet, tent or box can be rigged to work well depending on how much you have to dry.
Keeping your flowers cold when they finish and while they dry and cure really produces next level flavor.
I first heard about this when Berner interviewed Jungle boys in this video. It's 11 minutes in. They go to 60 degrees but you can't usually get rooms that cold without special equipment. Normal dehumidifier won't work at temps that low.