The admin would be this guy
I'll have to postpone my poll until I figure out my root zone temp.
Yeah, see why I said the settings will have to be changed for this to work? lol I contacted THP, so I hope he graces us with his presence in this poll.
Listen, this flower drop thing. In my time growing, the only times I have had flower drop is during some type of shock or change in conditions. As I have said before, I see flower drop only when I have disturbed the plant some how. Like when transplanting (potting up/down), or after a really heavy feeding. It has never been one of those things that happens often, or that I really worry about. There are things that plants do, when they are reacting to their environment. Sometimes they are saying no, and sometimes they are saying yes. The real key is when you become "one" with your plants and know what to worry about and what not to.
Out of this thread, all I hope to achieve is the fact that temps aren't attributed to flower drop unless the root zone is being affected. I have seen peoples containers on here reaching temps of near 100F and beyond! That is not natural in the ground and therefore it is no wonder why your plant is "saying no". Go to the F'n Sahara desert, stick a thermometer in the ground(where plants are). Not even there, will the ground be that hot. A little look and observation of simple nature will tell you things about soil conductivity and resistivity / how that buffers the surface environment a great deal in order to allow plants to grow and thrive. Bottom line ... get right with your plants and think. They will tell you what is going on.