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Old 03-14-2018, 04:31 PM #1
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30% humidity in veg problem?

is 30% humidity during the veg to low? anyone have good grows / yields with similiar rh?

just getting my environment dialed in now that i have about a weeks worth of highs and lows and im unsure about the humidity ranges, thanks for any replies
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also it gets from 40-50 % humidity when they sleep
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I would add humidity myself. Can't say I've seen anything finish below 50%, perhaps someone with experience will chime in.
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They’ll grow just fine but, due to the amount of transportation, they’ll use more water than if grown in a higher humidity environment.

If you’re in any type of environmentally controlled room, you’d be wise to bring that humidity up. Even if it’s just a little bit.

Research ‘Vapor Pressure Deficit’...
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