Ok - I'm on my first actual grow, and I'm a little nervous about my autoflowers. Currently they're in a 39"x39" tent with a 400w HPS w/cool tube. My tent is in a closet, so it doesn't get the ventilation it should. All the flaps are open on the tent to maximize air flow. I've been leaving my window open to let cool air in, I have the ceiling fan on, a big floor fan sucking in cool air from outside, another floor fan in front of the tent, and 2 inline fans in the tent. Temps have still been in the high 80's, sometimes hit 90-91. I have 4 photoperiod plants in my small tent that are doing very well. The plants in my big tent aren't doin so great though - they look like they're going slower than normal plants. Is this normal for autoflowers? I've read that they don't like a whole lot of water, so I haven't been giving them much... If I have to, I'll just move the tent out of the closet until I can afford a portable AC. I just don't wanna stunt the auto's since they have such a limited life cycle. Thank you to anyone who can help out.