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    Temp\Humidity Levels For Indoor Growing?

    I am currently growing 7 plants under my stairs, Id say the area is 4ft deep, 10ft wide and of course ranging from 6" to 9.5'. I am currently running a 400w Mh on a 18/6 light reg. And a swamp cooler running on low cool. Current temp is around 75-77 and humidity is right around 42%. I was just wondering what my humidity level and temp should be at for the veg and flower period?
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    Quote Originally Posted by killfrenzi View Post
    I am currently growing 7 plants under my stairs, Id say the area is 4ft deep, 10ft wide and of course ranging from 6" to 9.5'. I am currently running a 400w Mh on a 18/6 light reg. And a swamp cooler running on low cool. Current temp is around 75-77 and humidity is right around 42%. I was just wondering what my humidity level and temp should be at for the veg and flower period?
    Well, you should have a higher humidity in the veg room, and a lower humidity in the flowering. I keep my flowering at 30-40%, and veg around 50%...... nothing wrong with 42%

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    thanx for the input..... any others are more than welcome!

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