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    Default Answered: One off Humidity Spike in flower?

    I'm on Day 3 of week 5 lights went out as normal at 9am but my heater had been unplugged noticed around 9:05am when my phone alerted me.

    Heater is now on got a bucket load of rain overnight because of my sudden temp drop my humidity has shot to 62% from 48%

    Obviously as it warms up it will drop but I can't go into the tent for obvious reasons but I'm bricking it they will mould up? Added a pic to show density of buds I've got 4 can't lose them it's costing a fortune to buy it at the moment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IceCalibur View Post
    Trex is not wrong, dehumidifiers can cause MASSIVE damage to plants..I place mine outside of the tent and leave it in the room the air is getting passively pulled into the tent from.
    Yea no shit . I forgot mine on while drying weed in the main part of basement . It literally turned my buds into dried crackers in 24hrz . I had to spray em all heavily with water over the course of a few days ffs .

    Good brand dehimidifiers can even cause damages to your house also and your health .
    I bought a fridgidaire . Fucking seeing cracks in my fresh paint . Use with caution

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    Its when toir light goes off the humidity goes up . Look at your time stamps lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trex View Post
    Its when toir light goes off the humidity goes up . Look at your time stamps lol

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    I know that dude I probably didn't word that very well. Basically usually an hour before lights off my heater comes on but it had been unplugged I realised 5mins after lights out and plugged it back in. But the humidity shot to 62% when it usually doesn't move.

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    Dont worry, as long as your airflow is good, all should be ok...I've had 89% RHD in late flower twice without mould occuring

    Colder the air the more relative humidity is holds...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jay_GY View Post
    I know that dude I probably didn't word that very well. Basically usually an hour before lights off my heater comes on but it had been unplugged I realised 5mins after lights out and plugged it back in. But the humidity shot to 62% when it usually doesn't move.

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    62 aint all that bad . Just get some airflow goin is all

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trex View Post
    62 aint all that bad . Just get some airflow goin is all

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    Plenty of air flow going on my own fault I took my dehumidifier out as I found it wasn't getting used. Thanks for putting my mind at ease.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jay_GY View Post
    Plenty of air flow going on my own fault I took my dehumidifier out as I found it wasn't getting used. Thanks for putting my mind at ease.

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    Just set on low . Too powerful of a setting and it will literally suck the plant dry

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trex View Post
    Just set on low . Too powerful of a setting and it will literally suck the plant dry

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    Trex is not wrong, dehumidifiers can cause MASSIVE damage to plants..I place mine outside of the tent and leave it in the room the air is getting passively pulled into the tent from.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IceCalibur View Post
    Trex is not wrong, dehumidifiers can cause MASSIVE damage to plants..I place mine outside of the tent and leave it in the room the air is getting passively pulled into the tent from.
    Yea no shit . I forgot mine on while drying weed in the main part of basement . It literally turned my buds into dried crackers in 24hrz . I had to spray em all heavily with water over the course of a few days ffs .

    Good brand dehimidifiers can even cause damages to your house also and your health .
    I bought a fridgidaire . Fucking seeing cracks in my fresh paint . Use with caution

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