Gotcha, that is nice. You could some major work in that thing.
Yep, my VPD at night has been hitting 0.75 kPa once in a while (mostly 0.8+). At 0.5 kPa, this is when molds and disease start to form and I would worry.The humidity in AZ has been crazy. In Phx I'm running my portable AC in dehum mode plus a small room dehumidifier. Every night the clouds roll in, humidity starts around 70 in my room the next morning, empty both dehums, get it down to 50 by night, empty both dehum, and the clouds roll in again. Repeat, lol. Been like this a couple weeks now.
Shit I'm in Phoenix , it's alot of work in this climate man . I almost my harvest with the monsoons , I was about 5 days into a 2 week dry I came home from work to 77% humidity . I did however get the humidity back into the 60's and kick started the dry by hanging in my garage for two hours then back to my controlled tent to hang for another 4-5 days . I do dry in my tent usually at 65-68 ° with 50%- 60 % but Arizona is by far alot harder to grow than anywhere else .Location: Casa Grande, Arizona
We are growing both outdoors and in an uninsulated, well ventilated, 20' × 10' × 17' shop.
Inside the shop we have:
- 2' × 4' × 7' veg tent
-- Lights: 1 generic 20w LED & 1 180w fluorescent light.
-- HVAC: 1 T6 AC Inf. Inline Fan + the exhaust from the tent.
- AC Infinity 4' × 4' × 7' Cloudline flowering tent (pro grow tents are sooo worth the $$)
-- Light: 1 480w Mars Hydro
-- HVAC: 2x AC Inf. T6 inline fans (intake& exhaust), and the VPD capable controler.
The typical pH of the RO water is 6.8, I am looking to avoid adjusting it every time I water.Just a question, any particular reason for the PH at 6.75-6.85?
When i was in soil I always had issues if it was that high. Like the yellowing your getting because the plant couldn't get the nutrients it needed at that range. 6.5 was always the target.