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low humidity

Discussion in 'Nevada Patients' started by colerbear, Dec 10, 2011.

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    gordoe32

    gordoe32 Well-Known Member

    4d46d610ed4796a379e7c6250587d351.jpg 4db243411432102d0b1595729b182f9b.jpg ec6e4a16231bcc546bcd8cfe07cae978.jpg Heres the plant from the veg pic a few posts back. Just under 3 weeks to go..... Smelly fucker .
     
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    Bublonichronic

    Bublonichronic Well-Known Member

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    gordoe32

    gordoe32 Well-Known Member

    C99 is most definitely some yum alright !!!
     
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    sincitygrowJB

    sincitygrowJB Active Member

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    Kite High

    Kite High Well-Known Member

    I grow in 6-30% rh exclusively
     
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    BigBud420.

    BigBud420. Active Member

    It's funny everyone saying buy a humidifier I did and spent £70 on it, it is great outside the tent but inside it makes hardly any difference guess with the fans blowing, intake, out take etc just don't do much at all my hum without it is 38 with it it's 41 not much bang for my buck lol. You can lower fans to gain more but why risk powdery mildew ?
     
    Last edited: Mar 2, 2016
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    Buba Blend

    Buba Blend Well-Known Member

    I use an evaporative cooler from home depot during veg, It's like a swamp cooler except, it's not in the window it's self contained on the floor. Whenever the humidity drops to 39 it will bring it back to 45 or 46 in a 10' by 10' room. In the summer it will also decrease the temperature 2 or 3 degrees. Won't fit in a tent but it would humidify the room the tent is in if that helps.
     

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