Locke's run with Trustfall's Genetics

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Lockebox

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agreed seen some acinfinity unboxings. my cheapo dome i need to add spacers under lid and both vents open to get desired rh for germ. nice find
I have no idea the RH inside the dome, would be nice to know haha, 35% in the tent..
I've got both the top vents cracked a sliver to retain moisture and allow air exchange so hopefully that works. 8 hours later and it looks like there's still some moisture in the dome so it may work out
 
Lockebox

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Temps there, humidity is a struggle. Oh well, stats will be completely different in 12 hours.
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I dig how this thing fits in the corner
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These dudes are under the HLG 260 rspec right now. I've got the other tent packed up ready to go and will have to come back for this one so they will be transitioning under the spider farmer sf2000 this afternoon 👍🏻
 
GreenGalaxyFarm

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29rh wow, never experienced this low humidity in my life. but ok we live in different climates and continent just surprised to see such a number.
edit: ''The average annual relative humidity is 59.2% and average monthly relative humidity ranges from 47% in August to 71% in February.'' good for outdoor my side
 
Lockebox

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29rh wow, never experienced this low humidity in my life. but ok we live in different climates and continent just surprised to see such a number.
edit: ''The average annual relative humidity is 59.2% and average monthly relative humidity ranges from 47% in August to 71% in February.'' good for outdoor my side
Yeah and that's with a small humidifier pumping in my living room lol. Without it, it gets into the teens for RH. Talk about vpDont
 
bigbagofbuds

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Keep them babies in very low light (pretty much just ambient light works I aim for ~50ppfd) the low light slows down the transpiration and makes humidity less of a problem because the clones stay juicy longer when they dont transpire.

My success went to 100% when I started giving them very low light levels, before they would start to go limp after a day or two. Now they stay taught and turgid for the whole ride and usually have roots popping out by day 15 with same taking until day 20.

Fingers crossed for you 🤞🍻
 
Lockebox

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Keep them babies in very low light (pretty much just ambient light works I aim for ~50ppfd) the low light slows down the transpiration and makes humidity less of a problem because the clones stay juicy longer when they dont transpire.

My success went to 100% when I started giving them very low light levels, before they would start to go limp after a day or two. Now they stay taught and turgid for the whole ride and usually have roots popping out by day 15 with same taking until day 20.

Fingers crossed for you 🤞🍻
Thanks man I appreciate it! When I looked at them earlier they were already droopy compared to last night so not the best start. Im not worried haha.

Thanks for the tip on the lighting!

last night I set them in the corner like in the picture. Then, I slid the light to the opposite end of the tent to reduce intensity on the dome.
However, I turned the intensity up to 60% to increase temp so maybe all my moving was for nothing haha.

I'll give them hardly any light with the sf-2000 tonight and relax knowing my central heat will provide for my temps.

If I'm really feeling frisky, I'll set up the ink bird and the new humidifier as well but I foresee myself being tired 😴
 
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