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Hi Macky, what’s the best way to get the temperatures and humidity to the required amounts for each stage? Do I need a mini radiator, humidifier or dehumidifier in the tent?  Wondering what everyone does to get to the desired temps and humidity. Cheers

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for warmth, an oil rad heater works well. But for cooling, more extraction or Air  con, and that can be expensive 

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I run a humidifier and small 250W ceramic heater connected to Inkbird humidity and temperature controllers. You set the controllers to turn on/off based on whatever values you are trying to maintain. The setup works quite well - my outside-the-tent temperatures in my basement are usually about 15C, but inside the tent never drops below my set value of 18.5C (lights off). Humidity is a bit harder to maintain as the outside-the-tent humidity hovers around 25-30% (and down to ~10% during the recent cold snap), and so constantly running an extraction fan drawing that dry air inside, the humidifier is constantly on trying to maintain my 50% set-point. In more humid months tho, it works perfectly. You are able to plug your exhaust fan into the humidity controller's second outlet and only have it come on when a maximum humidity is reached as well, which is quite useful, especially for drying your harvest. 

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No longer use humidifier or a heater so have no need for my Inkbirds now but they did a good job when I did...also used a convection heater as they are light and can be hung from tent unlike oil fired heavy job 😉

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February 22, 2020