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When dealing with higher than ideal humidity the crucial factor becomes the air circulation. n all cases you need to make sure your pulling those super high humid microclimates away from the buds. Its not so much the humidity is the concern but rather high humidity leaves less room for more water absorption so with higher humidi it just makes it a bit more difficult.

the bigger the buds the higher the humidity directly around them and the more crucial the air movement around them becomes. You can flower well over 70% if you can keep from hitting dew point during temp swings and have smaller buds with great airflow.

some ppl will kinda pry the bud clusters a bit with a utensil just to make sure they breathe a bit. I think its a bit extreme but wont hurt
maybe i should remove the rope around the branches thats pulling them in. I did that cuz all the tops of the branches was getting heavy and the branch was bending downwords.
 
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maybe i should remove the rope around the branches thats pulling them in. I did that cuz all the tops of the branches was getting heavy and the branch was bending downwords.
Should be fine but you can probably tell by looking
 
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@Anthem RH didn't change much. Maybe a degree or so.
I should of also mentioned that temp reader has four wifi readers. The top is it self. The bottom 3 is in the flower room.
1st - under the branches where the rw are
2nd - between lights and the tops
3rd - on the light where the most high temp is
was looking at that screen shoot trying to figure that out. I just run the trolmaster temperature and Rh sensor and I run those POS temperature RH displays with a cord.
 
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When dealing with higher than ideal humidity the crucial factor becomes the air circulation. n all cases you need to make sure your pulling those super high humid microclimates away from the buds. Its not so much the humidity is the concern but rather high humidity leaves less room for more water absorption so with higher humidi it just makes it a bit more difficult.

the bigger the buds the higher the humidity directly around them and the more crucial the air movement around them becomes. You can flower well over 70% if you can keep from hitting dew point during temp swings and have smaller buds with great airflow.

some ppl will kinda pry the bud clusters a bit with a utensil just to make sure they breathe a bit. I think its a bit extreme but wont
The fall should be interesting for me. I usually have to deal with PM or Bud Rot once the spores start to circulate outside in normal conditions. Great big buds are a problem. About 6 months ago I installed a piece of equipment that uses light and a chemical process to kill off the spores. I have been running a little higher humidity and temperatures and plants seem to like it. I consider how much the plant drinks and bud development to judge if a change is helping or hurting. One degree and additional RH seems to be work.
 
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The fall should be interesting for me. I usually have to deal with PM or Bud Rot once the spores start to circulate outside in normal conditions. Great big buds are a problem. About 6 months ago I installed a piece of equipment that uses light and a chemical process to kill off the spores. I have been running a little higher humidity and temperatures and plants seem to like it. I consider how much the plant drinks and bud development to judge if a change is helping or hurting. One degree and additional RH seems to be work.
UVC and Ozone i take it?
 
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It is NASA tech so you are right. Gives off a funky smell?
That leads me to another point. I use hydro acid to keep sterile. I just switched to front row ag product that produces a bleach smell but after a couple days it goes away. Is beach a VOC?
 
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Very effective units for fungal, bacterial defence and bonus they work like a carbon scrubber on top of it all
 
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That leads me to another point. I use hydro acid to keep sterile. I just switched to front row ag product that produces a bleach smell but after a couple days it goes away. Is beach a VOC?
Everything you smell is pretty much a VOC
 
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Thing makes it own gas not sure but yes some sort of UV as well.
UVC and Ozone i take it?
is it just a light that gets installed in the ventalation?
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When dealing with higher than ideal humidity the crucial factor becomes the air circulation. n all cases you need to make sure your pulling those super high humid microclimates away from the buds. Its not so much the humidity is the concern but rather high humidity leaves less room for more water absorption so with higher humidi it just makes it a bit more difficult.

the bigger the buds the higher the humidity directly around them and the more crucial the air movement around them becomes. You can flower well over 70% if you can keep from hitting dew point during temp swings and have smaller buds with great airflow.

some ppl will kinda pry the bud clusters a bit with a utensil just to make sure they breathe a bit. I think its a bit extreme but wont hurt
Exactly the problem I’m having this summer temps as high as 100 in the tent! And 78rh in the tent. Right now I’m got it down a bit, but fan blowing harder than normal and pulled large colas apart ugly but effective .
 
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