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    With the recent hot weather we've been getting my lights off period (8am-8pm) I've been getting high temps of 26°, what's everyone think of these graphs?
    Also any ideas how to stop the 30° spike I get when lights turn on. Thanks guys just tryna fine tune this as best as possible since it's going so good so far.

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    The hot weather should subside from. Wednesday so that will help but honestly the only way to manage heat is ventilation.

    Pull air in from outside or another room at a rate lower than your extraction. Passive works if your venting out into a different space or outside.

    Other than that, a i can say is make sure theirs enough moisture in the air to compensate the moisture release from the plants (VPD Vapour-pressure deficit). That way the heat won't be too much issue at all.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Karsa View Post
    The hot weather should subside from. Wednesday so that will help but honestly the only way to manage heat is ventilation.

    Pull air in from outside or another room at a rate lower than your extraction. Passive works if your venting out into a different space or outside.

    Other than that, a i can say is make sure theirs enough moisture in the air to compensate the moisture release from the plants (VPD Vapour-pressure deficit). That way the heat won't be too much issue at all.



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    Fans controlled by ecotechnics controller so can't regulate them individually I don't think. Intake is brought in directly from outside.
    I'm in flower so don't want high humidity.

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    You didn't list that they were in flower.

    Where are you venting your exhaust?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Karsa View Post
    You didn't list that they were in flower.

    Where are you venting your exhaust?

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    Sorry bud forgot about that.
    Exhausting direct to outside.

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