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An essential instrument to determine temperature and moisture parameters in indoor settings. It lets you know where to place the probe. LCD screen included.
A thermohygrometer is an essential instrument in indoor growing. Its role is to make sure temperature fluctuations between night and day are not greater than 8-10°C. For instance, if when the lamps are on your plants are at 24-26°C but when you turn the lights off temperature gets below 14-16°C, you might encounter some problems that can hinder final production.
Indeed, some nutrients won't be able to be assimilated while growth and bloom could be stopped, causing important delays in terms of production.
To know if we are growing with the right parameters we can resort to a hygrometer that, by means of a probe, can let us know the temperature at the tips of the plants.
We'll know if the lamp is too close and can burn the leaves, stressing the plants, and determine if the difference in temperature between night and day conditions falls within the right interval. In order to do this, we can use the MAX-MIN button which will display this difference between maximum and minimum temperature automatically.
To erase the data stored in the memory we'll just have to remove the batteries and put them back in place. The upper part of the screen displays temperature values while the lower part shows ambient relative humidity. The MODE button will switch the temperature reading from °C to °F.