Ya basically. Just waiting for the word that they are ready. Thanks from cruising by over here as well BG:DIts gotta be like a kid waiting for xmas
Ya the recipe I'm using is a dutch master base. They are calling for a double dose than what the their label says. I'm going to scan the recipe sheets here in a bit. Thanks for stopping by too marky.best wishes just keepr h20 cool and run dutch master zone like ur life depended on it
Sweet ya like BG said its like waiting for Christmas as a kid. Thanks for stopping on by too.Great start on the UC adventure Stu! I'm looking forward to the show... :cool
Thanks for pointing out that roof flashing. Yes I did do that wrong, the tar has to be under the metal flashing and sliding it up under the roofing shingle. It has been raining the past few days with no leaks. Also took note to the 4 layers of shingles on top of each other. When roofing you are not supposed to do more than 3 layers before you strip everything off down to the wood. Good thing someone in my family runs a roofing business. :DEverything looks pretty good. That roof duct flashing is supposed to go under the shingles, tar, THEN shingles but as long as you guys dont get washington like rain you should be alright, just do not be surprised if one day you have rot in the wood up there. NOT a big deal for this. Only reason I did not jump IMMEDIATELY onto the humidifier is because I read somewhere that they can put out a lot of bacteria into the air dunno if that could cause problems. I think the humidity is only a problem right now til the plants start booking and perspiring which can happen rapidly with Co2. Ask one of the experts here.
And yes you are correct on the plants that are in a Co2 enriched environment produce more humidity. Quoting from Jorge Cervantes Marijuana Horticulture Medical Grower's Bible page 337.
"Carbon dioxide-enriched plants use more water. Water rises from plant roots and is released into the air by the same stomata the pants use to absorb Co2 during transpiration."
The humidity control I am using the CAP Hum-1 allows you to use a dehumidifier and a humidifier. My Only complaint is that there is no dead band between humidifying and dehumidifying. Once the dehumidifier reaches set point for 55% RH it shuts off and on turns on the humidifier. This causes a constant battle between the two. To correct this problem and since I will mainly be using the dehumidifier. I am going to simply just unplug the humidifier and possible take it out in the future.
Thanks for stopping by Jimmy and helping me kick around some ideas.