The air quality affects my pot plants

The house came with a huge basement, which is part of the reason I picked it.

I grew up way down south, where the water table is too high for any home to have a basement.

Up north things are different, and I loved the idea of having a full sized room, beneath the house. This would be the best possible place to grow cannabis plants, because they would be completely hidden from the outside world. I didn’t need natural sunlight, I had equipment for that. What I needed was a nice climate controlled room to focus my growing operation. The house is heated by a furnace that is over thirty years old. It still generates heating as well as ever, but its age and antiquity make it far less efficient than a modern heater. This was also something that could work to my advantage, because the furnace generated a lot of humidity. The furnace was also the hot water heater, which put excess levels of moisture into the air of the basement. Since my pot plants needed a good source of ambient moisture, this would be a great way to kill two birds with one stone. The only potential problem will come during the dog days of summer, when I won’t be able to run the furnace, which will lower the humidity levels. I assume I can find a nice humidifier to run during the summer months and keep my plants healthy. It will take some degree of trial and error to find the perfect air quality and humidity levels for my growing operation.
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