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we are growing oysters indoors in beds surrounded by plastic.. poking X's and holes threw for the mushies to form... we are using a combination of diffused lighting threw a window about 2'x3' in a room thats 10'x8'... and a small grow light on 12/12, not an actual flouresecnt but a full spectrum bulb in a clamp on light.. fresh air is what im thinking if the problem.. but im not sure how to check.. the venting is fully open but i am wondering if we are not maxing out our air flow by running all the rooms we have going now..
is there any ways to check if they have enough air? what else would cause long stemming? thanks
humidity is high.. it has cement floors that are constantly wet... my friend doesnt think its the airflow, as there is no other signs of bad airflow, but the room is only very little filled..... ill try to get a picture today to show what im talking about, he just thinks that there is so much free air space that more air isnt neccessary... he thinks its the light, the light is as stated previously, i am running a test using one of the full spectrum bulbs right near a set of pins, we'll see what it looks like.. ill get pics today