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    • MicroDoser
      Not really. Fan manufacturers don't tend to publish flow rates for third-party fan controllers. they would be seen as endorsing them and would open themselves up to warranty claims they could otherwise deny.   The best way forward would be to monitor temps and humidity in your tent and see if they are at the numbers you want when the fan is as quiet as you need. Search for a thread where someone has issues with their plant from lack of airflow so you know the signs your plant will show if you slow it down too much.   You want a fan that can swap the air at least every 5 minutes, which is 2(m3)x60(minutes)/5(minutes)=24m3 per hour.   Your fan is rated at 160-220m3 per hour so you can slow that down a fair amount and still get the airflow you need. I would not worry too much.   After your first few grows, once you have things running closer to how you want and you have a better idea of what you need, you should consider getting a much bigger fan, which you can slow down much more but still get the airflow you need so it will be MUCH quieter. Quietest room I ever visited had 12-inch fans running really slowly but the door was still very hard to open from the suction.   If you find the fan you have is quiet enough, and moves enough air, then that is good enough. Keep it until it becomes noisy or breaks
    • Shots101
      Strain - Dutch Passion - Passion Number 1 Planted - May 2nd  Harvested - October 6th  Latitude - 50.9 Location - guess  Care - clay soil turned over, holes dig and filled with special mix including fish bone, potassium and chicken Manure pellets Mould - 0 %  Grow again - categorically no Dry weight - 4oZ   Plant took a fair bit of attention during the summer, it didn’t rain for 6 weeks in my area. Although the plant remained strong and did not need any other help.  Grew well and looked good, lost its shell so soon after it started flowering?!   This plant is really not great. I would never recommend it, the weed is light, fluffy and even after a dry and cure does not grind well. Lacking in any flavour or smell and doesn’t feel that strong although I believe I take perceived strength from taste so could be the issue.    The one one positive is the bud seems to glisten so might be a good candidate to blast and make some shatter. 
    • twoscoops
      @AKPOG   Lovely looking Gorilla girls and grown outside too, looks top draw . Stunners  .    
    • samhigh
      brother belch great vape report, the remo is very strong love it myself. great work and beautiful pics.   on a side note i have the lynx whip kit for my evo, what hydratube would you recommend for taste?    sam