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Optimal Temps

mmclient

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After germinating seeds, and starting the seedlings using a heat mat with the thermostat at 80 degrees to help foster root growth, now it's time to start the veg cycle. Using an enclosed Bloombox with hydro tubs would there be any benefit to keeping the nutrient mix at 80 degrees primarily during the root growth? Since plant stretch is always a concern, this would allow the air temp to be kept lower, in an effort to keep the plants compact. The use of an aquarium water heater would seem strait forward, so what do you think?
 

bayguy

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I see no need to do that. I dont know anyone that does it. But that doesnt mean its not a good idea. Do a test run. Half reg way and half heated. See what you get and let us know
 
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