Spraying water on plants ?

Brohio

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Whats the rule of thumb on this ? We did our first grow, and my Bro would usually spray them maybe every other day. Sometimes at night, pulling them in the light during the dark time. I never bothered spraying the couple I had, and they don't seem to mind. Also, I do know it's a bad idea when the sun is really hot....please advise. Thanks ! :vap-leafy_wave:
 

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completely unnecessary and often causes other issues.
 

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When you spray a plant outside in the direct sun, which i have done when it was over 110 degrees F. It will leave sun burns on the leaves, no biggie. Having said that. I would never spray an indoor grow ever. no need to and like everyone has said, it can harm quickly.
 

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Ok guys, thanks for the tip. They were outside BTW Rosebud TY
 
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Dman nailed it. There are really no advantages to doing this at all and several downsides. I generally recommend not doing anything to a plant unless you know why you are doing it and whether there can be negative repercussions.
 

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