Mars Hydro or Spider Farmer

Doug Dawson

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Thank you :) only issue now is that i went from 80.6 Fahrenheit to 86-87 Fahrenheit. But on the other side i got my big fan in there as well.
Plants under LED want higher temps so that's not a bad thing. When you set up an extraction fan you will pull cooler air from the bottom of tent and expel it through the fan which will lower your temps.
 

Doug Dawson

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Oh, he doesn't have an exhaust fan now?
I don't remember it being discussed in the thread so I am just assuming he has one or is going to get one. A 4" should do fine in that space. Also he can just point a fan at the driver on the light which should also cool it a bit.
 

Mr Hill

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Got to inform that the exhaust fan goes in the lungroom and circulates back in the tent. I rent and not own so maybe get a AC unit in the lungroom? Because if i turn that AC Infinty fan a notch more it would suck the tent like squeezing a soda/beer can. IMG_20210113_231411.jpg
 

Doug Dawson

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Got to inform that the exhaust fan goes in the lungroom and circulates back in the tent. I rent and not own so maybe get a AC unit in the lungroom? Because if i turn that AC Infinty fan a notch more it would suck the tent like squeezing a soda/beer can. View attachment 4795404
So you are pulling air from the Lung room, what are the temps in there?
 

Mr Hill

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So that's a 10 deg difference from your tent. If your tent walls are being sucked in you may not have enough open in the bottom. You want to open up your intake so that 10 deg cooler air is pulled in and extracted out the top. That should get your temps into a good place.
Ah Nice :D but should i keep the lungroom door shut during daytime or should i keep the door open? I was thinking towards keeping a stable enviroment for the gals :D
 

Doug Dawson

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Ah Nice :D but should i keep the lungroom door shut during daytime or should i keep the door open? I was thinking towards keeping a stable enviroment for the gals :D
My best advice is try both and see how the environment reacts. A bit of experimentation should give you the answers you are looking for.
 

Mr Hill

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My best advice is try both and see how the environment reacts. A bit of experimentation should give you the answers you are looking for.
Ok :D its my first go and in veg i thought i had this locked down but 1 week in bloom and i changed factors and got some factors thrown in the mix. I take my hat off for all the veteran growers out there <3 for me its not all about the chase to get the most potent weed but it sure as hell a close to nr 1, but i really want to understand everything about this wonderful plant. And everything else in this culture and lifestyle :D im so happy for your advise and for the light :D
 

PadawanWarrior

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Ah i see. Yeah keeping a steady enviroment its the hardest part for me soo far
Ya, mine's not totally stable. I just try to keep it as consistent as I can. I don't want to run AC or anything if I don't need to. Summer's is a little easier when I just leave the windows open the whole time, and if I need to I turn on a fan. One window I have a box fan facing out. And in the bathroom I have a smaller fan that pushes air in. I turn those on if I need to. In summer my rooms got into the 90's and it wasn't that bad. Add in the fact that my RH is usually around 10% and that's really not the best environment, but it works. More sensitive strains would probably be more prone to nanners because my environment though.
 
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