Roo78

Grow tent heated air

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During my last grow I was having a bit of trouble with condensation in my tent.

 

An idea came to me so I thought I'd share it with everyone. A simple but as it turns out an effective one. 

 

A cheap fan heater blowing on the air intake line does wonders with removing the condensation, also during the colder nights it helps lift the temps. 

 

Hopefully it might be of use to someone else. 

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I think for the colder night is better to hang your heater direct inside the tent and with a thermostat is better 

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I totally agree.

My thermostat just died so I'm running off a timer to get by. 

I did try that another time and had it sitting on the floor in the corner but my tent is only a meter by meter and it affected the parts of the plant closest to it. 

 

When you say( hang) you mean hang it up. As in about the height of the light. 

 

I'm open to giving that a try. 

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Yes i do it too i hang a heater in a corner +- a the  height of the light but you need to chek that the heat not go direct on the plant that can stress or burn the plant i don't have a spécial thermostat but you adjust it ones it stay +-good just if you have change in temp outside now iam not a professional but it works for me there is good thermostat in brico market for 20€ or is a thermostat from biogreen but is more expensif 70€

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