Filling the gap this run

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DankNugz420

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I think as long as you have good air movement in the tent top to bottom and the plants aren't laying all over themselves and each other, they can be fine with higher rh but later in flower is best time to get rh down some. Im sure something like vpd comes into play a bit here but keep the air moving and exchanged and you probly won't have to worry quite as much about mold or rot. I try to keep leaves from sweating on each other all the time
 
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I think as long as you have good air movement in the tent top to bottom and the plants aren't laying all over themselves and each other, they can be fine with higher rh but later in flower is best time to get rh down some. Im sure something like vpd comes into play a bit here but keep the air moving and exchanged and you probly won't have to worry quite as much about mold or rot. I try to keep leaves from sweating on each other all the time
Yeah that's my thinking. Can probably overthink things a bit, if the plants are looking healthy and happy that's the main thing. Definitely won't want it that high in late flower but as summer kicks in we will have the AC going and the tent room has an outlet so will constantly be getting cool dehumidified air. I'll check if that does anything before investing in anything.

Here's my girls on day 8 of flower, 55 days from seed. Thinned a little tonight to improve air flow and open them up to the light a bit. Before and after shot.
 
DankNugz420

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Nice man! Just keep air moving, they'll stretch out a bit
 
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