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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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    • Punts
      Great stuff Count...week or so?
    • rigs62
      Once you put your carbon filter on that fan with 780m3/hr will get cut by upto 50% so down to 350 ish     
    • Punts
      I'll be doing similar, it's under a 125w blue spec CFL at the mo. I'll lob it under the big light when I flip . Cheers for looking in. Good luck yourself mate.
    • Punts
      Cheers Bud. Here is my plan. @Smokebelch and @countrock too.   Having had a think, I came to the conclusion (tell me if I'm wrong) that the SS FV's that I've had the pleasure to grow outdoors haven't just thought " Ay Caramba! it's September the 21st we're at 12/12 let's get blooming".   No. From experience I know that the FV's at my lat will finish around the end of September. Therefore eight weeks prior to that would be around the beginning of August. 15.5/8.5.   I'm going to start flower at 14/10. Because I believe that an FV will flower under that lighting regime and the BJ Auto will do a lot better than it would under 12/12. I can always go to 12/12 if it ain't working.   The image below shows that it gets to 14/10 at August the 27th round my way.      ATB   PR