Syncing Temperature and Humidity for Better Yields

To put it simply, if temperature increases, relative humidity (RH) decreases. Temperature plays a role in how much water the air can hold at any given time, and variations in temperature cause humidity levels to fluctuate. Maintaining a stable relationship between these two factors creates a predictable environment that allows you to control your plants’ ability to transpire, and ultimately helps you produce bigger, better buds.

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