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Discussion in 'Harvesting - Drying & Curing' started by Joken, Oct 16, 2016.
This very basic graph may help someone.
That's a good example of how the relative humidity fluxuates opposite of temperature. This is similar to "Ohm's Law". you have 3 parameters: temperature, relative humidity, and the Dew point. These 3 are in a sort of ratio to each other. If you change one parameter the other 2 will change either with, or opposite of the initial change.
Absolutely. But you need to add a little note on its interpretation.
Separate names with a comma.