You said you were going to so I threw out the parameters to follow
Cool. Yeah close them all completely so the system has to pull cool air in, circulate and suck the hot out though not so fast that smells can't get filtered
Ok so that's ~med/high....that's probably too much as its also sucking out your humidity though if that's what it takes in your environment, so be it you'll just be restricted to winter grows inside.
Do me a favor and shut off all your fans, burn 4 incense sticks/cones and close up the tent. Once they are burned completely down and it a bit smokey in the tent, start the circulation fan then 15 minutes later start up the exhaust....if there is little to zero trace of the incense outside of the tent - your good to go. Turn it down if you smell the incense in 1 room away....this is your systems maximum scrubbing capability - do not go above this setting.
If you had access to a fog machine, we can set the air intake speed as well as, scrubbing capability by filling the room outside the tent with fog then watch how it circulates and exits the tent though they tend to go hand in hand together
Watering and a respite from being pushed hard... at this young of age imho, its necessary to separate the wheat from the chaff so come flowering time we know their min/max tolerance levels
Thats a good thing to help strengthen up the stems though shouldn't move more than lightly blowing on them with your breath from say 5" away or fanning directly above them with a piece of cardboard....this will make them transpire more to really exercise the roots uptake water and move nutrients around
Ok so either move it or leave it be and open the mesh window which is probably already measured to double the exhaust hole and adjust the fans as needed....the pic I used didn't have them and forgot yours did
Thank you! They are the result of 6 yrs of planning through pedigree's and what we know of this line following the many ancestors that 4 of us are working with and sharing so we are able to preserve the merged line and stay within our maximum allowance under our respective breeding licenses - its going to be fun watching them develop, meet their milestones and pass their physicals. Maybe 1 will continue the line - if not, I have Faye's' sister, Cara to give it another go with even more info