Understanding Transpiration

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noob12345

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so you really think it was the byproducts or propane? ive been thinking the dsame but now the cold has slowed growth so im not sure what to do, put my hoods back on maybe to concentrate heate back down onto plants


yes mate, propane, drain to waste controlled by water solenoid on mains in and superpro co2 controller.
 
Aqua Man

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so you really think it was the byproducts or propane? ive been thinking the dsame but now the cold has slowed growth so im not sure what to do, put my hoods back on maybe to concentrate heate back down onto plants
Do what ya gotta but night temps are important too I like to stay over 65 and definitely not below 60. Do you have a heater you can put in?
 
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noob12345

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This puts me in an already not easy predicament haha.
I really want to save the harvest though.


Do what ya gotta but night temps are important too I like to stay over 65 and definitely not below 60. Do you have a heater you can put in?
 
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How much water should you give a 3 gallon pot
Depends at what stage in the plants life. Airflow, drainage, and the uptake by plants all plays a role in how much you should water.
 
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Just wondering why this was stated;
"Stomata are most sensitive to blue light, the light predominating at sunrise. "

That is simply not correct. Quite the contrary.
Red and far red prodominate morning and evening as the longer path through our atmosphere scatters the blue.
 
Aqua Man

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Just wondering why this was stated;
"Stomata are most sensitive to blue light, the light predominating at sunrise. "

That is simply not correct. Quite the contrary.
Red and far red prodominate morning and evening as the longer path through our atmosphere scatters the blue.
Assuming a typo.
 
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