Optimum Humidity Levels/Temps

Discussion in 'General Marijuana Growing' started by clscbr, Nov 14, 2006.

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    clscbr

    clscbr Active Member

    Can someone remind me of the best humidity and temps for veg and flowering?
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    BaconSquishy

    BaconSquishy Well-Known Member

    best temp 75-80, humidity dunno
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    AllMeatNoPotato

    AllMeatNoPotato Well-Known Member

    78 temp, 40% hum
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    stonedscotte

    stonedscotte Active Member

    40-60% humidity 23c lights on 18c lights off
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    Shanus

    Shanus Active Member

    http://www.growery.org/2824/Optimal-Humidity-rH-and-Temperature-Ranges-for-Cannabis <-- great temp/humidity info!

    Old thread here I know, but it gets asked weekly, so here......spread this around.

    Thru my own experience, my babies curled up with too much light and humidity under 25%. Now with 2 humidifiers dropped in plastic 5gallon totes, I keep 2- 18" fans on and the humidity stays around 60-70%. The room is 8x6x6 w/a 1000w mh burnin', and a 1350watt space heater. I figure that if the air smells and tastes like a forest, the veggies will flourish. I'm going to slowly lower it in flower and maintain about 30-40%. Last week, no water and as dry as i can make it! Hope this helps.
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    Megalith

    Megalith Active Member

    http://www.growery.org/2824/Optimal-Humidity-rH-and-Temperature-Ranges-for-Cannabis
    good link

    stay below 40% to dry. I haave no idea why people cant just answer a question. Quoting scripture? Are you kidding? I personally spay(foliar feed) throughout until about week 6 of flower. I run about 40% then. I had an issue once @ 45% end of flower but I do spay them. Fans and good air movement are key. If you cant get a high % in veg just spray them a couple times a day. I'd wouldnt recommend in flower unless you know what your doing.
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    kblcljack

    kblcljack Member

    The best temp for vegging and flowering is 65-75 degrees. And humidity for veg is 60-70% but be sure not to go over 70% cause it can cause mold and bacteria to feed on. But for humidity in flowering you can lower it to the 40-60% range.

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