There might not be a written study but we’ve all tested and verified that getting as close to 6060 works better than anything else that we’ve tried so far, I have heard of some good product beeing produced in slightly higher temps and to be honest i usually can only get my temps to 64-66 epecially in the summer even with an AC. They do make machines that can handle the job such as cannatrol and i would be interested to try it but the costs extremely high, they also mention dew point rather than humidity level seemingly just to add confusion , those parameters are only slightly different from a 60/60 , which would have a dew point of 45 degrees The goal on cannatrol website is 53 degrees dew point with a 68 degree temp ehich always translates to 55% humidity
For the first 4-5 days then they suggest a 52 degree dew point which translates to 68* and 54% for anyone wondering. Then 53 degree dew point or (68* 55% ) I will be trying out these paramaters my next harvest to see how they hold up.
My girlfriend will love this cuz my room will be at its normal living condition. Basically all i will have to do is add a humidifier to my bedroom.
What i find interesting is as the temp decreases, the humidity increases to maintain same dew point or vice versa, I have to do more research on the topic as you wouldn’t want to even try this with a 60 degree temp as you would need 75% humidity and that would probably do more harm than good, The goal on cannatrol website is 53 degrees dew point with a 68 degree temp ehich always translates to 55% humidity.
For the first 4-5 days they suggest a 52 degree dew point which translates to 68* and 54% for anyone wondering. Then 53 degree dew point or (68* 55% ) will be adding this info in my next harvest videos
in this older video I got over best practices with the 60/60 method and although i no longger goo to 60/60 the snap and pinch test and many other tips are in that video, and a video containing a break down of thhe new method is just below this one.
Check this video for the more up to date method