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Trojan46312

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I recently moved my plants to the basement of my house and they've been there at least a month. They are 3 weeks into flower and doing well. However, the humidity level is much too high and I can't afford a dehumidifier right now. Can I move my plants back upstairs without destroying the plants and yield? Will it shock them leaving an environment they're used to?
 
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Seems like high humidity and buds don't mix well, so moving might be a better option? I have no real knowledge of this though and am only giving MHO, someone that can help should come along soon!
 

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It does if it's an extream change. Alot of people bring plants home from a greenhouse they purchased them from and wonder why the plants go bad all of a sudden. If the environment you move to is a better condition for the plant the plant will actually perform better after the change.
 

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IMO if it just a change in humidity levels there should be no problem. It's light and temperature fluxuations that cause most problems.
 

Trojan46312

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Thanks alot guys. I think humidity will be the only problem so I'll move them out of the basement until I can get a dehumidifier.
 

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