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Environment

Probably the most important part of your indoor growroom

Extraction fans, carbon filters, humidity, temps & C02

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    • stickyblack
      Would love to give something like this a try, great stuff Couple peristaltic pumps and it really could be set and monitored remotely, very cool.   Once you've bred Sid's Spider Baby and Edward Sissorhands for maintenance and trimming.. give us a shout    
    • the ferret
      just shove a black bag over it
    • Hone Heke
      I'll keep temps below 30oc using my own methods and save £19.99. 
    • Gsp1ce
      @Whambud Its a bit of a learnin curve but definitely possible to get through man..Both @highcontrast and @KayDog and @Intense Nutrients Matt are doing all sorts of cool stuff. Have a read through this thread and get it done man.. i started with limited raspberry pi knowledge and a healthy loathing for lookin at code   Now i got the system i've always wanted but couldnt afford.   cheers