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So first grow, been searching this site for months in anticipation. Im wanting to do a grow box, very small, CFL. I was wondering about feeding co2 with a vinegar and baking soda drip and cycling the air from near the light to the bottom of the box. But i don`t want any outside venting so smell wont be an issue. I know that a diy carbon scrubber would be easier, but i want to supplement CO2 anyways and dont want a carbon scrubber if i dont need it. Would this work? would i have to cool it and/or reduce humidity? a mini diy swamp cooler would help with heat, but might cause excess humidity and mold. any advice is greatly appreciated
The box is 1ft^3 with solo cup pots beneath and a 68w 2700k 4200lumen CFL above. so 1 cubic foot actual grow space. Bagseed. seedlings about a week old 4" and 2". plan to start flowering as soon as i get the box sealed up. would probably use fermentation and might turn that into vinegar for drip? maybe a rocksalt dehumidifier? air ionizer/fan cycling air throughout the box. outside air exchange only when watering and training and removing fermentation bottle for dark cycle. Are there any gaping flaws im missing?