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    Hi guys, I need some advice and you lot on here are the best for it. Yesterday was the first day of flowering my plants. When I went to my grow room to turn lights off the plants had moisture on the ends of the leaves. It was quite wet, almost like it had been raining.
    Does anyone know why this happened. Are my babies going to be ok? They seem fine and healthy and are continueing to grow but Im a little worried as I have not had this before.
    Any help would be great.
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    Re: Moisture on my leaves on day 1 of flowering?

    Do you have a themometer and humidity sensor in there?

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    Re: Moisture on my leaves on day 1 of flowering?

    I have a thermometer but not the humidity sensor. When the lights are on the area is open and is getting natural air circulating with the help of a fan. Im only using a 250 HPS lamp. When the lights are off the room is shut tight but it is a good temperature in there. I dont think humidity is the problem. Its weird becuse it was the first change in light hours and this has happened.

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    Re: Moisture on my leaves on day 1 of flowering?

    The moisture can be quite normal. Plants sweat just like you and I do. Their pores are on the underside of the leaves and caled stomatas. Transpiration or "sweating" is a normal practice for us living things. It's a form of cooling, and protecting ones self.