I have a 2x4x5 tent. My set up is pretty good I think, I’m just curious if there is anything I’m missing. I’m gonna attach a few pictures, this will show you what equipment I’m running, vents I have open on tent. After you see pictures, here are my questions. White fans are on max, but they produce very little air movement, the black fan is set to its lowest setting as it pushes air pretty good. Plants move just slightly, but are moving constantly, just not too aggressively. I have a Spider Farmer 2000 LED light. 18/6 schedule.
I little background on my home and tent location. I have a manufactured home, 200 sq ft. I use one on the bedrooms for my tent, the house is pretty much always open, most all interior doors, and there are 2" gaps under doors throughout. My HVAC system runs duct work under the trailer, and has up draft vents on the floor. Windows are open during nice weather. AC kept at 79 in summer.
When I run the AC Infinity 6" fan on the lowest setting (1), my humidity controller is set for max 47.5%rh. But I can only get to about 38%rh. I live in the Phoenix valley, and the current ambient temps during AM hours are about 72 degrees (f). In the AM the canopy temps are 75-76 degrees approx. The humidifier is currently set to level 1, but even when I set the humidifier to max, the RH only gets to 46%. As the temps raise throughout the day, the humidifier doesn’t have to work as hard due to the increase in temps. I guess my question is, do I need to run my AC infinity fan constantly? I liked the idea of it expelling the hot air at the top of the tent. Anyway, anything you could tell me would be great. I do not use a CO2 supplement, maybe I should be? One more addition, when I run my humidifier on max, its only 1 gallon, so I have to fill like 2-3 times a day, and that gets old. Is 38% rh good enough for flower, or should I really be shooting for just under 50%? Sorry so long, just hard to explain in two sentences
Thanks in advance.