Well I’m in week 7/8 and I have 2 autoflower that are about close to being done but they are very small and one looks as if the buds are airy. Is it to late to try to fix? And why is that? Also the other 3 are doing good they are photo and 2 are flowering and it’s white pistils (YES) females. The other hasn’t started to flower but I hope it’s the same outcome. I’m having problems keeping a constant humidity. I have a dehumidifier which may be to small and I keep fresh air circulating. It seems after I water them it really goes up too. Any solutions?
@Boski2212 Hey buddy, what do you have for an exhaust system? Whenever I have humidity issues I increase fan speed and that helps. I agree it sounds like your dehumidifier isnt keeping up. Take a look at the ratings and compare them to your set up numbers.
Also look up how to send a support ticket out to the forum pros. Its huge and they will jump in and get you on rails quick!
Ok thanks a lot and I’ll turn the exhaust up
The first thing that comes to mind when someone says airy buds is lights. From both a quality and intensity standpoint. Even if you have a high quality light if is underpowered for the space or hung incorrectly the result will be light, airy buds.
More exhauste venting lowers humidity (if your not re using that air)
Also lighting is cause of airey buds most often.
Ok thanks a lot