yep me 2. i would like to know more about your environmental setup mate! how do you keep your temps and humidity stable?
Hi there when i built the grow room in the loft i insulated the room with 100mm rock wall between the rafters and then left a 50 mm gap then I put up 50 mm jabber board (polystyrene) I did this to keep the temperatures stable and to combat the Flair cameras as I live right by a army air base. This makes the room very stable and not under the influence of outside temperatures to much as the loft gets very hot up there.
I have installed a Kilmvator fan control unit with temperture probe and she keeps the room between 75 and 78.
Fan system is a 10" RUK slow with a large can filter for extraction. Air in is by a 6" Fast RUK fan. Both are conected to the fan control system.
Humidity is running at 38% at the moment and has been there for some time. I would like this a little higher say 50% but the unit cost £300 to purchuse and I wont to get something out the room first as all i have done is spend money on this room. pic enclosed
When I go up to the attic in the evening when the lights are on its baking hot in the attic I go into the grow room and its nice and cool in there so its working 100% my design in fact its cooler than the rest of the attic so I have archived what i set out to do. Another good thing as you cant here the fans during the day at all as out of sight out of mind.
This system is working Just look at the plants there bright green no lockup or ill signs.
Any thoughts on the humidity dome.