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Discussion in 'Stealth / Micro / Cab Growing' started by Thebanktella, Feb 28, 2018.


    Thebanktella Active Member

    Any easy tips on upping humidity in my cab , besides buying a humidifier thing , just a little ghetto way of doing it for now , dnt wana get to technical with this got a humidity tester and seeing my humidity is in like 40% which is a bit low dnt u guys think ?
    richard rahl

    richard rahl Well-Known Member

    Im at 37% right now :/
    Only ghetto way ive seen is a bowl of water with a rag tied up but the bottom in the water so it can wick up

    Thebanktella Active Member

    I actually saw that last night on YouTube gonna give that a crack later and see how that goes

    Cold$moke Well-Known Member

    If you got a shitty fan and a bucket make a swamp cooler :)
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    Thebanktella Active Member

    Swamp cooler ? U gotta gimme more than that heheheheh

    Cold$moke Well-Known Member

    Fan in a bucket lid with holes all around the top.

    Water in bucket, fan blowing air on the water

    Humid air comes out :)

    Ha ha throw some dry ice in there and you got a cool fog show that provides co2 as well but that would be going overboard

    Hope it helps

    grassy007 Well-Known Member

    If you decide to buy a humidifier, please don't buy those cheapo Chinese made USB powered bottle top misters. The amount of mist they put out is a joke. I swear, the pics they use showing the mist are doctored. They also stop soaking up water via the water stem.
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    SonsOfAvery Well-Known Member

    Wish I'd read this before buying one. Agreed they are terrible! Mine was one of those that floats on the water...or rather it did float for an hour and then sank and stopped working.
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    Stink Bug

    Stink Bug Well-Known Member

    Its not too low. In the winter mine hovers around 25-30%, The only ill effects I see is the need to water a bit more often. Sure its not optimal, but in the long run the overall effects are actually quite neglectable,

    Beachwalker Well-Known Member

    Try a pond mister for around ten bucks on Amazon
    -good luck
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    Thebanktella Active Member

    I just saw now we have one of these in the lounge will give this a crack

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    Moldy Well-Known Member

    I grow in 20% RH from seed to chop. I'd be happy with 30% RH. They'll just use a little more water, I have to water every day some times during rapid growth/flowering in 5 gal fabric pots. So IMO 40% is very close to ideal.

    Cold$moke Well-Known Member

    Ideal humidity would be 50 to 70 rh for veg
    40-55 for bloom. Scientifically.

    But everyone adapts to their own environment:)
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    Thebanktella Active Member

    Cool mines on about 45-50ish % all the time fluctuates slightly
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    grassy007 Well-Known Member

    Those $10 misters are just plain junk, all of them (at least for tent growing). Either they put out a useless wimpy mist or they die within a month. I am speaking from experience. If you want a mister that works, and is effective, spend some more money.
    Here's a very good table top sized mister for around $40 that I bought. It's made by Plemo. The size is right and it's silent, It can't be put on a exterior timer but I just run it until the water runs out and it shuts itself off. The misting lasts a full day if on the low setting. It also has a little remote for changing speed or turning off and on. Filling it up with water is simple and easy.


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