Ok so the lower we try to keep the humidity the harder a dehuey has to work and less efficient it becomes at removing moisture.... this means a lot more heat.Of course.
Move? LOL I wish.
Opposite as temp cools humidity goes up and dew point goes down.YES someone understands it lol you get condensation I believe when their is a rapid rise in tempature with humidity present will create condensation I believe but don't quote me lol and the condensation is what you have to worry about I believe. My humidity has stays between 47% on a good day to 65% at night. My temps don't rise very fast when lights come.on which helps keep condensation low. I'm still new to indoor growing but this is why we see morning dew outside because of this.
See this is opposite of normal and ill explain why. Look at the temp... its pretty constant. That means at lights out you won't see the spike I'm talking about due to temp drop.But my ac keeps the humidity in check for the most part. Still creeps up past 60% at night but I will get handle on that.
I'll hand about 6% increase in humidity after about 1 hour but then very slow climb until lights on. Only about a 12% different which isn't anything to worry over yet I don't think. Hopefully lol pics of before lights off and right before onOpposite as temp cools humidity goes up and dew point goes down.
Warmer air holds more moisture. If any of you all have a hygrometer check before lights out then 30 min later if you have adequate air exchange it should be similar if not humidity will spike.
I married my GF. And she's in the grow room working on the ladies. She has been all day.Kind of boring tho just makes a lot of nose and costs a loy of money.(kind of like my gf)
So it's a new strain of marijuana! Kobe weed! Only fed the finest breast milks from Cambodia. And massaged dailyI married my GF. And she's in the grow room working on the ladies. She has been all day.
She's checking for dry spots in the soil mix and if she finds any, they get massaged, filled and soaked.
Also any plant has it's specific needs and this is because of variety of strain, pot, soil, climate, etc. As a newbie I was thinking to water every 2 to 3 days but I realized that the only thing I did was overwatering.You see, many soils-just as mine- are designed to hold the moisture longer so maybe you have to consider this fact too.Dont be afraid to leave it as much as it's necessary to dry.As I said, i was watering too often but when I realized that was wrong, I changed to every 7 to 8 days and everything was fine . Now my plant is bigger and stronger so I water about every 5 days, depends on weather cause I grow outdoors. As Beach_Bum said, you have to learn your plant and see when is thirsty. It is not something extreme difficult. I am new grower too and I tell you that I learned quick how to do it right.If I can, you can as well!I would think that unless you live in the Mojave desert watering twice a day is overkill. I water my plants and then I'm gone two days and they are getting dry most days by then so I could water. Sometimes if I'm gone 3 days the big plants will be dying of thirst. I water as soon as I get back and they always recover just fine. Probably slows them down a bit but they march right through. Some of those old growers say too much attention is the worst thing you can give them