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    A Quick Reference of Nep Temps.

    Hiya Fellow Nep Heads-

    A fellow nep grower created this chart for his own reference, but I asked if I could share it with other growers and he said yes, but remember this is just a general range, not something set in stone.

    The author mentions: "They show typical day and night temp at each extreme of the altitude range and the big band in the middle gives the day / night extreme at the average altitude of its range. They are all theoretical (i.e. I didn't go there and measure it) and they don't take into account the attitude of the plants to the sun! So use with caution."





    Hope this comes in handy.

    E

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    WOW. That is amazing! Thank you for sharing. *Bookmarks*
    http://www.terraforums.com/forums/image.php?type=sigpic&userid=6789&dateline=1352508752

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    Thanks, that's just the sort of thing I've been looking for!!

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    Any chance you have the raw data for this, or have a version in Fahrenheit?

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    I have seen this chart from it's original post but I had forgotten about it. Good info! Thanks for posting.

    Quote Originally Posted by xantius View Post
    Any chance you have the raw data for this, or have a version in Fahrenheit?

    I can't do anything about the raw data as I am not the source. But here are the Faranheight conversions.

    F=(9/5 * C) + 32

    C = F
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    5 = 41
    10 = 50
    15 = 59
    20 = 68
    25 = 77
    30 = 89.6
    35 = 95

    Assuming my equation and math skills are accurate that is...

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    I think that the original post was on CPUK or the ICPS boards... and I believe there was raw data mentioned there. I don't have a link but I bet you could find it with a little searching.
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    I think Manders posted it on CPUK over an year ago. but yeah...it is a nice reference sheet.

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    I'm glad that some people find the charts useful. When I have time, I'll try to produce a version in Imperial units, also need to add a few new species on if I can find the relevant distribution data, might take a week or two so please bear with me a while.

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