That's warmer than they want but how are the plants responding?
Seem to be fine at the
@Lee Tapper What is your humidity holding at?
Are you running LED or HID? Also, are you measuring canopy temperature or side of room temperature? To get even more accurate, leaf surface temperature of 82F/27C is ideal from what I've read. When you go higher than that you can see heat-related problems. Some lighting you can run 85F/29C canopy temp and that's = 82F/27C leaf surface temp which is why I ask about what lighting you're using.
What's the difference 85F inside vs the people who grow outside where temps can hit 100F plus. ?
@Santiago Moya 100F is excessive and there's not many cultivars that can survive in that high of temp. If they do survive, it's likely there was some light/heat stress stunting growth. When we talk about different cultivars, some can thrive in higher temps than others.
Thank you for always making things clear and easy to understand