The AC Infinity fans are nice, I live in a mobile home so I cut holes in the floor to exhaust the tent air. Running it higher then half speed gets a little noisy I think. The problem with exhausting is as you say new air has to get into replace it. It does get in from the A/C system and the rest of the house but that means the house is drawing in outside air. That outside air makes the A/C system work harder. In my case outside this building the humidity is oppressive. so the A/C system has a real hard time keeping RH levels low inside. That has me rethinking my grow. I need to reduce my plants to just a a very few, one or two. I can do better in the winter but summers should be off season for growing where I'm at. I have about 6 clones well into flower and can't wait to turn off the lights on them, still another 4-6 weeks away. My aim is to simplify all aspects of this stuff.Yeah I agree with the soil part maybe it is not one you would water to run off, I read articles to fully saturate the soil however I’ve no perlite so I will not be trying that again!
And yeas I thing that theory is right with growing roots however I don’t want to drown them
I just need to amend my water techniques but I’ve learnt my lesson now but my plants have not suffered, I’m seeing fresh new green growth
LST’D last night and they have bounced back up in the dark period
I drilled holes in the pots all in the saturation zone so hopefully the soil can breath 4SIZE drill bit hope it’s bigger enough
next grow perlite will
Be added I’m 2 weeks in maybe I’ve stunted there growth they have stretched due to my lights being higher up due to
Heat problems but I’ve a ACinfinity fan coming Friday can’t wait to see what that will do for exhaust but due to my room I have no inlet so balancing it all is really hard
and yes many far few years down the line my son will be a master grower
I don’t want to give up just learn and this is a great place to do that
BTW on Prime there is a British series with Jeremy Clarkson called 'Clarksons Farm". British humor, a guy totally out of the blue buys a 1000 acre farm in England and thinks he can farm it.