Some cigar/smoke shops and most Headshops have them. I usually add a few to my order when i get some smoking accessories. For example Amazon
Recommended pack size to weed:
Boveda 4 gram: 7-14 grams of medicine.
Boveda 8 gram: 14-28 grams of medicine.
Edit: When you are looking online you might see they are available in various humidity levels (for different stuff) and 62% is used for weed.
I sometimes use this $11 one off Amazon. It's 0.3oz and keeps a log of highs and lows with temp and humidity. I run it overnight so I have an idea how cold it got. It only goes down to 23F.
I wish 3.5g could last me a month, but usually gone in 2 days.
On Amazon, buy a bag of boveda brand humidity control. You can use the same one over and over for a couple of months.
It looks like an Inkbird Hygrometer. Based on picts on Amazon the first number is temp and the second is humidity.
Pour vrai perds pas ton temps et commandes toi des pads de contrôle/maintien d'humidité. Perso j'utilise les Boveda (y'a d'autres marques qui doivent faire la job aussi) que j'commande sur Amazon. Une 20aine$$ pour un pack de 10 pads de 8gram à 62% humidité.
La recette est simple:
Pot masson + 1 pad boveda + ton weed.
Criss toute dans le pot masson
Fermes le pot masson
Range le pot masson dans un endroit sombre qui fait pas 35 degrés
Boveda Humidipak 8 Gram (Medium) 10 Pack 2-Way Humidity Control 62% RH https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B00JV27MF4/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_Hss9Db1K07JQR
Bonne journée les chums!
I believe I got a pair of these and they work great. For measuring basking spot you'll want a temperature gun for spot accuracy
$70 for the controllers and $50 fogger. Probably cheaper at a store.
best substrate: coconut husk and sphagnum moss. Should be 3-4 inches deep.
You can spray water daily to bring the humidity up, but I would recommend getting a standard humidifier, and running a plastic tube from the humidifier to the enclosure. Set it on a timer so it goes off for one minute every morning before the lights go on. In my experience this one minute is enough to keep the humidity within the right range.
humidity gauge: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07QC7JRDP/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o09_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
best bulbs: for UVB Reptisun, for basking bulbs the brand is not super important I dont think.
Hahaha I totally understand!!! Glad to help! And don’t risk poisoning yourself with those packs! Never heard it was food-grade safe, use these! Worth every penny.
Inkbird makes a cheap controller for this I’ve been looking at myself here Amazon
Y'all motherfuckers snitched. https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B00JV27MF4/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 I was buying these for 12$ 6 months ago and now they are 30 on amazon.
By the by, they are the best thing ever. Anyone who doesnt use them gets instantly converted when they see how fresh your weed is. Try and order them online, head shops are rip off for them.
I wouldn't base your LP choice on this at all since they cost $1.20 each on Amazon and last quite a while.
Last year a buddy and I both got really interested in internal air quality. You can purchase CO2 monitors like this one on amazon. I found that my office was about 700 ppm and my car varied based on whether I was using outside and or inside air as the source for my air conditioning.
We also had a co-worker that had a device that would measure PM2.5 particulates (I'm not sure where he got it from, but I'm told it was quite expensive).
The most intersting result I got from all of this had to do with my home office. I found that if I was working in it for a long time with the windows closed, I would get over 1000ppm CO2 in under 2 hours. As a result, I made sure to open my windows every time I was in there for more than 15 minutes.
This actually made a lot of sense to me after the fact because I would often getting tired while working in there, but I had previously assumed it was from lack of stimulation or laziness.
Not really going anywhere with this, but if you are someone who is interested in this topic because you have bad air quality locally, I encourage you to look around for tools that let you measure the environments you frequent.
Got them from Amazon. I have the inkbird hygrometer on the maduro jars and some cheapo Chinese brand hygrometer for my Connecticut jars.
se quer controlar a humidade tenta usar packs de humidade tipo boveda ou se tiver algum humidificador ou desumidificador
Inkbird Temperature and Humidity... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07GQWY9HM?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share
I needed one that could also run the ac so the 1800watts was the main reason for this model. You can change the humidity and temperature sensor so you could change to what you need honestly really like it.
Yes and no at first the fridge would not stay above 34 rh after some research it's this model fridge and was able to tape up the sensor and now it is between 55 and 60 constantly so good...... But also think this might be because of the rain we are getting so just keeping an eye on it.
You should really get some hygrometers to see what they're at. And throw your flowers into a glass jar with one and some type of hydration method if they're not at the right humidity.
Boveda Packs, Boost Packs, Humidity Stone, etc.
Bringing your flower up to the right humidity is probably the most important step for best results.
I've been using this device for years for a very similar use case. The on and off switching is built in to its app functionality so you don't have to make a custom routine. You do have to salvage one extension cord for its wiring, but it works great. It uses the ewelink app which is Google compatible
You are leaps and bounds ahead of the needed recommendation to start trouble shooting long before plants.
I use a Gosund smart outlet that has a few managed outlets. Some always on and a couple of USB.
I used this inkbird device last time. Little more than I need really. I might have gotten a similar effect with an AC infinity temp controlled inline fan/carbon filter instead of this guy. But it’s here now.
Congrats on the graduation to the next phase.
This is the one that I use.
You don't need it but you will work a lot harder to keep things right and it won't be as stable as if you automate it.
Seconding this. I've been very happy using this to control my humidifier and dehumidifier. You set a target RH and the acceptable range. For example, I've got my target set to 55% right now, so at 60% the dehumidifier kicks in and the humidifier comes on at 50% if the RH gets too low.
I grabbed mine during a Reddit giveaway/discount promo maybe a year back. Their official account is u/ink-bird if you want to stalk them for promos.
Alright, idk how to send pics on reddit.. laugh at me 😋.. so yeah i guess ill text it.. i have a heater set across from my grow tent about 5 feet away (its an electric oil radiator or some sh*t idk (bc its colder in my basement) set on a time. The NON HEAT PRODUCING small bright light inside, fan in tent, and humidifier thing all on another timer (same device). The humidifier is outside pumping air and moisture in at once. Mine could use more fae but Im working on it. Trying to fan a little air into there once a day or every other day or so, to exchange air.
Edit: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07GQWY9HM?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share this is the timer device i use
Yeah it saves me when i'm out of fresh weed leaf/bud . Not sure about headshops selling it but i got mine from amazon https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B00JV27MF4/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
I actually only bought one item from Amazon, the inkbird temp and humidity sensor. Link below.
I had an old stand up freezer, a humidifier, and a little fan already. I started trial running it last night before I started drilling holes in the freezer and it works perfectly! I have a separate temp and humidity gauge coming to confirm at various points in the freezer, but so far so good.
Inkbird Temperature and Humidity Controller ITC-608T Pre-Wired AC Dual Stage Outlet Thermostat with 12 Period Time Stage, 1800w, ETL Listed (with Temperature and Humidity Sensor) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07GQWY9HM/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_.DMVBbR7EYYTD
I see a number of them on Amazon, but I guess if this is something you are worried about, you would be better off spending the money on an air-to-air exchanger; if you do have a problem, that's what you will solve it with anyway.
60/40 coco/perilite, fed her tomato nutes from Dr. Gold Pure Earth (1-1-1) and did basically everything wrong, but she's still going! Amazing plant!
For the jars (if anyone is interested) I bought some glass amber jars that had plastic lids, some silicone waterproof sealant, used an electric drill (that cost like 25 bucks at Walmart), a 1 3/4" holedozer bit, and these round hygrometers from Amazon. Took about 30 minutes to get it all done as someone who is NOT very good at crafty things, and lids were dried by the next day.
I tried to stab the holes with a knife - bad idea (hence scratched up lids lmao). I bought a 1 1/2" holedozer and it was definitely too small, we had to use sandpaper to get the hole big enough to fit the hygrometer inside. The 1 3/4" bit was questionably the right size, if not just a hair too big. Hence, the thick ass line of silicone sealant. The hygrometers do come out of the box slightly off, but leaving them out to air for like 2 hours got them all regulated. The batteries can still be accessed and changed from under the lid, so these should be able to be continually used! I just wish they were prettier, but hey, you learn right?
Your humidity is fine. Stop misting and see how things go. Also this little guy has worked great for me. Some people don't like them but I've had no issues. If your temps are around 70-80f and you're seeing condensation on your box walls you shouldn't have anything to worry about.
Best seller. Curing helps potency a ton, bag appeal, flavors, smells, https://www.amazon.com/Boveda-62-Percent-2-Way-Humidity-Control/dp/B00JV27MF4/ref=mp_s_a_1_3?dchild=1&keywords=humidity+packs&qid=1599068199&sprefix=humidity&sr=8-3
I buy a 10 pack on amazon for like $15 and they last a solid month per oz, each one is good for 1 oz
Boveda 8g 2-Way Humidity 62% (10/Pack) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00JV27MF4/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_zlELEbHG82A5B
Could you just unplug the heat rock? As it’s the danger of burns that’s the issue, not the rock itself. Unless that’s an integral part of keeping her tank at a warm enough temp. Do you have a temperature gage in there? I have this one, one in each end of the tank.
Or get a Inkbird, it's plug and play (no wiring).
This one yeah? :
Or would this suffice? (bit cheaper but don't mind paying for the above if I need to):
After ~3 years boas should only be fed once every 3-4 weeks, so that's not an issue. They're hard to starve.
Try to keep humidity around 75-80% (this hygrometer is great). My girl goes blue first for about a week, then clears up for a week, then sheds. Bathing shouldn't be necessary unless the shed is shredded and incomplete.
Bovedas are good:
Take a couple days, but it won't cause mold. Be careful with bread or fruit peels for that reason.
Myc piss is normal when FC are introduced. U want to stay in FC at this point and u do not want densely packed polyfil. That will potentially limit the natural evaporation of moisture off your substrate and reduce the oxygen that can get into ur tub. I recommend you get a hygrometer like that this one. Do not close any holes either, just use poly fill in all of them and put a fan in the room on oscillate, keep tub’s ambient temp at 70-72 degrees. Misting and fanning creates a primary pinning trigger. Use a continuous mist spray bottle. Me personally, I case with bubble wrap bc it encourages primordia growth and I fan like 3-5 times a day; on sides and lid of tub and light mist on sub, until clusters of pins start forming. Then I continue misting and fanning bc that’s what my environment requires to maintain high humidity. Yours may be different.
What I bought is more or less these: https://www.amazon.com/JEDEW-Hygrometer-Thermometer-Humidifiers-Dehumidifiers/dp/B07GR65CNT/ref=sr_1_6?crid=36WRLD6HVH6UQ&keywords=hygrometer&qid=1662913639&sprefix=hygrometer%2Caps%2C179&sr=8-6
All I’m saying is, while a home monitoring integrated hygrometer is great, you’re going to spend time finding, selecting and installing that item. If you’re in no rush, that’s totally cool. But, if you have any impatience to start considering your options, a few bucks in a hardware store will get you info the same day.
There's the link for Amazon
If you're using a mason jar, I would highly suggest tossing in a Boveda pack as well. They're small packets that keep flower at the correct humidity.
Boveda 62% humidity; Size: 8
I would suggest getting another crab, as they need the company. 10 is probably the lowest to go, tank-wise for 2 little crabs. At some point, you'll want to upgrade, but for now they'll be good. It's ok to not have the best equipment right away, but if you're serious about it, try to work your way up to better stuff.
For the thermometer/hydrometer, I just ordered this today. It's a good price and has plenty of good reviews, so hopefully it holds up.
I would ditch the moss except in the humid hide. It’ll be bad news for your leo if they accidentally ingest some.
Also the cheap temperature gauges that you have are notorious for being horribly inaccurate. I’d recommend one of THESE instead.
Inkbird ITH-10 Digital Thermometer and Hygrometer Temperature Humidity Monitor Humidor Guitar Ukulele Mason Jar. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0140UC9XQ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_3ZRJW7G1XRNN1KAC51RP
I’ve had good luck with these
Maybe something like this. I’m not familiar w this brand but you get the idea. Inkbird Temperature and Humidity Controller ITC-608T Pre-Wired Dual Stage Thermostat 120VAC 15A 1800W ETL Listed Mushroom Greenhouse Homebrew https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07GQWY9HM/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_ND46NH8ZN8P77JJ2EB22?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
Test it with your phone, you can get a free app that can give you at least a rough idea.
Temps are fine, what exactly are the species you have? So you know if they are low, intermediate or highland etc
You can get super cheap ones like this
At under $5 there is no real reason not to have one unless one has a mental disorder like OCD.
Mini Hygrometer Thermometer Digital Indoor Humidity Gauge Monitor with Temperature Meter Sensor Fahrenheit (℉) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07QC7JRDP/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_QGJ5J7WZJDJ2BZZG8D6W?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
I tried a few of these recently and the best ones I found were actually the one that Inkbird makes.
They are like 12+ dollars... I got 4 of them and they all matched what the others said. This was not true of any of the other mini hygrometers I bought.
The Inkbird ones also exactly matched the Inkbird sensor that I use in my grow room.
I tried a couple different mini hygromoters that come in packs of like 5-12 and I also tried the Calibre 4 and none of them were accurate.
Not with ecobee. But if you're going to be physically in the room, a regular thermometer updates pretty often.
Under $5 with free next-day shipping for Prime
It's another dollar or two if you'd rather have one that uses AA or AAA instead of button batteries.
Boveda 62%, 8-gram size is typically what is recommended. I've used them and they helped a lot. They didn't quite get mine all the way flat so I have some 65% and 69% coming that will hopefully finish the job.
If your foils are cupped (concave while sitting face-up on a table) you need less moisture, and might need to go with a 58% or 49% to get them flat before storing with the 62%.
Not bad :)
I would put one of the slate pieces underneath the heat lamp. The lamp will warm up the slate and provide a nice warm spot to sleep on and belly heat to help them digest their food.
I also recommend placing the hygrometers more to the bottom as temps and humidity tend to be different lower in the tank and that is where your gecko resides. In my own experience these digital ones are a lot more reliable.
If you can I’d also add another hide in the middle of the tank. Something like a snake cave or zilla rock lair with paper towels inside, which helps them with shedding.
This is the one i have
I can tell that its not humid enough even without the gauge. The humidity basically evaporates within an hour or less. The lid is fully wooden with no holes. I will mix the moss in and add rocks on top. Thanks for the help!
Don’t worry, I think it’s great to reach out here to get info and help your kid, shows you’re a great mum :) Leopard geckos are quite hardy, they don’t die over night!
For the thermometers, I personally use these combo meters from amazon. The probe ones will do fine as well, but they can be a lot more expensive. Just make sure you calibrate them before using as to make sure the readings are accurate.
You should place them at the height of where you’re gecko moves around, which is usually more towards the bottom of the tank.
I have one on the warm side and one on the cool side as to ensure ambient temps are 90F and 70F. I try to maintain the ambient humidity between 45% and 50%, though it’s normal if thats lower where the heat source is. Would not make it drop below 35% on the warm side though.
i've heard these digital ones are really good and inexpensive.
you don't need a hygrometer on both sides of the tank.
what do you mean "cap"? the cage it's surrounded by? i would get a different one, but only because it doesn't really protect against your reptile touching it and getting burns. also, CHEs aren't really efficient for ambient heat, more for basking spots.
So this sort of curling (where the back is concave and the front is convex) is because the card was produced in an environment that was more humid than the one you are in. The opposite, where the environment it was produced in is less humid.
Some people have had good success with the kinds of humidity packs that are used for Cigars. I've heard 62% be the magic number used by some: https://www.amazon.com/Boveda-62-Percent-2-Way-Humidity-Control/dp/B00JV27MF4?th=1
You either want the room you keep it in to be 45-55% humidity or you can keep it in a hard case with either these pouches they sell or a reusable sponge kit that doesn't drip.
I think they make restorative packs too for really dried out gits, but I haven't tried them. Others or a local shop more have more experience with that.
Oh and here are the controllers I use to keep my VPD in check: https://www.amazon.com/Inkbird-ITC-308-Temperature-Controller-Humidity/dp/B01N56KEU6/ref=sr\_1\_5?gclid=CjwKCAiAyPyQBhB6EiwAFUuakoYiJCjVmYemncw13TtaruJPmlFN\_pxM7aAxfzr-j-qa9LnCDbJTGRoCE3cQAvD\_BwE&hvadid=580995958316&hvdev=c&hvlocphy=...
Understood. So whichever one I have, just use one of those small packets + like a Ziploc or some other airtight container and that's it? Nothing else needed like some napkin around the card or paper. For the N curve, those small cigar packets on Amazon are what was being recommended earlier right? These basically
I used these for humidity and temp: https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B07GR67G1M/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_i_FR6YAJ4YM52QCJJHZ9Q2?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
I also purchased a temp gun for surface temperature.
Well that’s not necessarily true in my experience. I’ve had bud that an Oz would barely fit in two of those bags, and other bud that would barely fill about 3/4 of one of those bags. Density of cannabis can vary a shit ton, so makes eyeballing stuff extremely hard.
I’d just recommend a scale obviously, but in addition to that buy a hygrometer. The hygrometer will tell you if the bud is still too wet or too dry. You’d want the bud to be around 58-62 relative humidity in a closed jar at room temp. You can pick up both on Amazon for $20 total and it’ll take the guess work out of it completely.
These are the hygrometers I use linked below, they’re $5 on Amazon. Highly recommend. You can pick up some bovedas or integra boost packs, and or a hydrostone to help regulate or fix most moisture issues. If the bud is too dry then put in a fresh pack, if it’s too wet throw in a dry hydrostone, and it’ll soak out some of the excess moisture.
In the US I almost never get wet weed anymore. It was pretty common when I was buying 10-15 years ago, but now a days if it’s anything it’s way too dry. Both are bad and can cause the cannabinoids and terpenes to degrade way faster than one might think. Even under ideal storage conditions THC loss is around 15-20% after just one year. It’s way higher if the bud is too dry or wet.
I get your point, and don’t mean to be an asshole with my comment. Just wanted to share some additional info pertaining to the topic that’s all. All love for my Australian BUDdies
Goabroa Mini Hygrometer Thermometer Digital Indoor Humidity Gauge Monitor with Temperature Meter Sensor Fahrenheit (℉) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07QC7JRDP/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_i_ARFR76C6QT3RRG9C1AAZ
Boveda packs £1 a pop and last forever. Used to keep cigars at set humidity levels.
These are good for anything up to an oz
Which Music Nomad pack?
Any humidity pack is intended to go in the guitar case, I use the D'Addario/Planet Waves bags with Boveda refills every 6-9 months.
Being out of the case for a few hours at a time isn't going to be an issue when its in the case with proper humidity 90% of the time.
I use Boveda 62, size 8 (size 8 is good for 28g/1oz). Ideal humidity for bud is 62, you can find Boveda packs in just about any smoke shop and they have them on Amazon as well. (I ordered the ones in the picture here)
Well exqueeeeze me, seems they've gone up a tad (I bought (directly) before COVID, didn't think of that)
Buts here is a link for the Sonoff s I bought
I love the device as it's essentially a more programmable smart switch with a thermostat/humidity gauge.
I'm sure you could probably wait and get it for $10 again and reading your comment sounds like you'd understand how to flash some firmware onto it for graphing
“I’m certain there is a proper amount of humidity the flower should be at for best results…” which make THESE a worthwhile investment.
The inkbird is pretty neat. My inkbird has two outlets and two sensors which monitor the temperature and humidity. You set a range for both of these settings (a max, minimum, and alarm setting) and plug in your devices. The inkbird lets power through to your heater or humidifier or vibrating buttplug when it sense the temperature or humidity is low and turns it off once it reached your desired range of heat and or humidity. You could by a single sensor for either heat or humidity but I figured since I want to eventually transition to a martha or tent that it would be cheaper in the long run to buy the one that does both.
I have a seven dollar timer from bimart(support employee owned businesses when you can) that I bought for the light. I will plan to use the same for a fan to set the intervals. For now, while I don't have a tent or a humidifier, doin the old spritzarooni.
They are just slightly too big for the new Khiron rubs, but you can squeeze them in and in a few hours the bud tastes a lot better.
I don't see why this wouldn't work. It's a switch designed to turn something off and off by temp, sort of like an IF/THEN statement in an app. It says the probe is water proof. But I don't see why would couldn't just not use the switch aspect and just confine the use to knowing the temperature of the water.
My original thought was meat thermometer probes used in meat smoking. The temp probes I have aren't smart compatible, but meat smoking is a "middle aged guys with money" hobby , I would have a hard time believing there wasn't one out there.
3 most important factors: light, environment, genetics.
VPD is your friend!!! Keep that link handy as you get your environment dialed in. Having a temp/rh controller like an InkBird is lifesaver.
MiracleGro is plant death - it's way too hot and will nuke your plants. Anything with "delayed feeding" is to be avoided.
You'll want to research seedling feeding, as a lot of people will either overwater or underwater which can start you off on a bad foot.
JEDEW 4-Pack Mini Hygrometer Thermometer Digital LCD Monitor Indoor/Outdoor Humidity Meter Gauge Temperature for Humidifiers Dehumidifiers Greenhouse Reptile Plant Humidor Fahrenheit(℉) or Celsius(℃) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07GR67G1M/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_M4W6RWDH8MX2E7DJS0BF?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
If your phone has a humidity sensor you can use an app, otherwise you'll need a hygrometer. Any old cheap one will do if you don't want to drop money on a nice one.
Reason being, running a humidifier doesn't necessarily mean your humidity is high enough. I keep a full size humidifier running in my office 24/7 but it never gets above 40% in winter.
One more thing (sorry!!!). Do these look like something I could use?
These work great for me, they use little 3M tape pieces
JEDEW 4-Pack Mini Hygrometer Thermometer Digital LCD Monitor Indoor/Outdoor Humidity Meter Gauge Temperature for Humidifiers Dehumidifiers Greenhouse Reptile Plant Humidor Fahrenheit(℉) or Celsius(℃) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07GR67G1M/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_T4PMNB3J0R2A6R7CYNHP?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
Can get em on Amazon cheap. They come in dif sizes
Boveda 62% Humidor Packets - 2 Way Humidity Control Packs - Size 8 - 10 Count Resealable Bag - Cigar Humidor Accessories - Bulk Humidity Packs - Relative Humidity Packs - Humidor Packet https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00JV27MF4/ref=cm_sw_r_apan_glt_fabc_74E3JK0ZRKVW21WRVV4F?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
Any mini fridge. I don't think they're too different, also try craigslist/etc. to source them.
You can get something like these temp/humidity controllers, and thread the probes into your fridge: https://www.amazon.com/Inkbird-ITC-308-Temperature-Controller-Humidity/dp/B01N56KEU6
Plug your into the heating/cooling outlets, and configure your temp/etc. settings. If you find you need a heat source, an incandescent light bulb plugged into the heating outlet is usually sufficient.
For the humidity, dehumidifying is typically taken care of by the fridge compressor, so you'll just need to purchase a small humidifier and plug it into the humidity controller to keep the humidity at the level you're looking for.
https://www.amazon.com/JEDEW-Hygrometer-Thermometer-Humidifiers-Dehumidifiers/dp/B07GR65CNT/ref=mp_s_a_1_9?crid=3CR750KI5EJCE&keywords=digital+hydrogometer&qid=1637710274&qsid=142-5368852-9873625&sprefix=digital+hyd%2Caps%2C99&sr=8-9&sres=B01H1R0K68%2CB07GNMKYCZ%2CB07QC7JRDP%2CB08HWG68TG%2CB07QMZL448%2CB07GR65CNT%2CB0872X4H4J%2CB07WCR5Y4B%2CB07Z77FK4C%2CB08CGM8DC7%2CB07Y36FWTT%2CB07MCGDN5C%2CB07WJJ9265%2CB092TFZFD7&srpt=THERMOMETER it’s cheaper than I remembered
Boveda 62% Humidor Packets - 2 Way Humidity Control Packs - Size 8 - 10 Count Resealable Bag - Cigar Humidor Accessories - Bulk Humidity Packs - Relative Humidity Packs - Humidor Packet https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00JV27MF4/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_5Q1GE0HQT2QDJ27K6YK2
So I would 100% stay away from heating pads as they can be very dangerous to tarantulas. What I would do if you're concerned with the chill in the air is to buy a small space heater for the room that the tarantula is in. Tarantulas are pretty resilient creatures so as long as it's not below like 68 degrees then it'll be fine, but if it gets lower than that then just kick on the heater for a bit. And I've noticed since I started keeping that lots of times it feels colder than it is, so I bought a hygrometer that has a thermometer on it ( https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07QC7JRDP/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o07_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 ) just for my own peace of mind. I just keep it on the shelf with my tarantulas so I always can look to see what the real temperature is where they're sitting. Hopefully this helps and if you do decide to get the tarantula I hope everything works out great for you!
1 min pre heat and about 3:00 for the press.
I got 21% from frankencake T1 that was pressed for 4 mins using a 160u at 190f.
I'm also using Boveda packs 62% size 8 and I make sure they get about a week with the packs before I press them.
I’ve used this one
I put it in the wine cooler I had for brumation and it seemed pretty accurate.
You might want to look at Boveda packs. They make small ones that would work for you. Boveda 62% RH 2-Way Humidity Control | Size 8 in 10-Count Resealable Bag https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B00JV27MF4/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_K5QX75TE7A3C95DK6Y2M
here is a link to the thermometers i use. i love them! they're suction and digital if you're alright with that, they stay up and they're accurate! my last thermometers (don't even remember the name) were HORRIBLE, always so far off that my poor baby's humidity was never accurate and he always had issues shedding. in fact, i just found his first full shed in his enclosure this morning!!
the temperatures seem okay to me, but 82% humidity seems high, which i've been informed can lead to respiratory issues. however, i am by no means an expert! someone please feel free to correct me if i'm wrong.
hope this helps! :)
They get plenty of FAE from the 12 holes. If you want to actually measure the air quality in your tub here is a cheap meter. It may not be the most accurate like the hand held one's that are around $1k but it will give you an idea of how much air fresh air your tub is getting.
>you plug both the humidifier and dehumidifier into one unit and the unit controls both to the humidity level you want
So this combo of controllers
Ah nice bro i dont the luxury of runnin an ac yet but hopefully gonna be able to next year.
Ah man you gotta get a few of these flower, veg, clone, dry, cure i use them everywhere honestly lol
Best money youll ever spend
If your humidifier does not have a humidistat and your space heater/AC does not have a thermostat:
AC infinity exhaust fans are known for being pretty quiet. Most peoples grow tents are kinda loud tho.
AC infinity has controllers to help regulate the tent so it's not exhausting too much or not enough.
If you exhaust to the room that your tent is in, your lung room, it can cause problems (heat/humidity) but can be done. It's best to just exhaust outside.
Carbon filters work best when the tent is under some negative pressure (walls suck inward). I don't smell anything until I open the tent up.
I try to support my hydroponics stores, even tho the little things are usually overpriced. Soil is usually cheaper at the store because of shipping cost.
Depends on the RH of the environment.
Veg has a diff RH requirement than flower and curing. It's good to be able to be flexible when you can.
Our winters get SUPER dry and you'll absolutely want to add humidity to your tent not only while growing, but when curing as well.
For what it's worth, you can find some cool shit like Inkbirds on Amazon. https://www.amazon.com/Inkbird-Temperature-Controller-Pre-Wired-Thermostat/dp/B07GQWY9HM
I've got one of those hooked up to a tiny cheap electric heater and a small humidifier. You can set the thresholds for when to kick on/off or alarm.
the sand in the front looks a little fine. is it calci sand? do you have a salt and fresh water bowls? take out the painted shells, they eat the paint, and you might want to get a digital hydrometer and thermostat (i like this one), and make sure our sand is 6 inched deep.
Thank you. This one does 2 settings, maybe humidity in the winter and temp in the summer
Inkbird Temperature and Humidity Controller ITC-608T Pre-Wired Dual Stage Thermostat 120VAC 15A 1800W ETL Listed Mushroom Greenhouse Homebrew https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07GQWY9HM
Yea, that should be fine, just make sure the jars (if clear and not special dark UV) are kept in the dark and a stable temp area (65-70F, although colder is fine as my basement hits about 55-60 in the winter, just so long as you don't have huge quick temperature flucts)
They also make special packets (some people like them, I had no need due to my location) but makes curing less hands on, but I honestly enjoying burping cause you get that nice smell.
CONGRATULATIONS, you've achieved near perfect humidity!!
80% is perfectly fine, your snake loves it.
I would, however, recommend 2 separate hygrometers, one for the hot and one for the cool side. Digital is better than analog, I bought these [beauties](jedew 4-pack mini hygrometer thermometer digital lcd monitor indoor/outdoor humidity meter gauge temperature for humidifiers dehumidifiers greenhouse reptile plant humidor fahrenheit(℉) or celsius(℃) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07GR67G1M/ref=cm_sw_r_apan_glt_fabc_PBHHBFMZ0QZVXWG83F56?psc=1) and they've been great! Additionally, it isn't advised you use anything sticky that may come off in the enclosure. I have mine hot glued to the inside facing outwards, works great.
Best of luck!
Also i use these if the weed is too dry i like to keep it between 58rh and 62rh
Boveda 62% RH 2-Way Humidity Control | Size 8 in 10-Count Resealable Bag https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00JV27MF4/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apan_glt_fabc_59RB8DHMXMCS20M1VDNT
And these are the mini hygrometers i use in the jar
Limited-time deal: 12 Pack Mini Small Digital Electronic Temperature Humidity Meters Gauge Indoor Thermometer Hygrometer LCD Display Fahrenheit (℉) for Humidors, Greenhouse, Garden, Cellar https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07MCGDN5C/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apan_glt_fabc_dl_W25B9EDNQ680ZHXTR4JC
I've done the same thing, but with this:
It monitors the temp, and I have it set up to turn on at x (high) and off at y(low). What I like about this is if for some reason wifi is lost, the device itself is responsible for the on off, not HA. I use HA to just track the device and have the current temp on my dashboard.
Goabroa Mini Hygrometer Thermometer Digital Indoor Humidity Gauge Monitor with Temperature Meter Sensor Fahrenheit (℉) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07QC7JRDP/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_M351NHZ2XY619YB1ZSE7 this is the one I use it’s $4 it works very well just make sure not to spray the inside of it when you mist the tank.
oh dude, that's expensive. the one i use on amazon is super cheap...
All I did was add a controller to the carbon fan. I don't mind a little smell. Fan runs most of the time anyway venting humidity.
I use this but I saw them as low as $25. Just search humidity controller. If you get a dehumidifier, you will need a controller anyway. The ones built in a extremely inaccurate. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07GQWY9HM/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_glt_fabc_2Z5P5B9KNQHGCWDVWM8D
Just drop one of these into the airtight jar you store your bud in. Depending on how dry your flower is it could take anywhere between a day to a week to get the humidity right. https://www.amazon.com/Boveda-62-Percent-2-Way-Humidity-Control/dp/B00JV27MF4
Yeah man! Here it is: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07GQWY9HM/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_glt_fabc_71WREN45CRD6MQ77GQEQ?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
I got it off Amazon and it was only $70! Pretty good for having both temperature and humidity readers 👍🏻
Are you in a particularly humid environment? If not, I'd be more worried about dust than moisture. Most normal air conditioned spaces are fine in terms of humidity.
The most basic storage would be a shelf on a bookshelf. A cabinet with closing doors would be better to keep out dust. Add a lock to keep out snooping eyes. There are cabinets of various sizes available at IKEA, Home Depot, Target, etc etc. I line the shelves of my gear cabinet with soft shelf liner.
If humidity is a concern, you can get a humidity gauge or humidity meter for not too much money. You could put a bucket of Damp-rid on each shelf. A small bucket of damp-rid has more moisture absorbing ability than silica gel. I did this for a few years when my gear closet was in a basement. I changed them out about once a month.
I'd be extremely reluctant to put my gear in a sealed zip-loc, it just sounds like you're asking for moisture (or insects, etc) to be trapped in there. I'd feel more comfortable having air circulate around the gear.
Humidity meter for US$5:
It's not just an open bowl, it has a lid. I've never had any issues with it drying out too much before I go through it. I do keep a Boveda pack in there too, to help control the humidity level.