I wouldn't mess around with that temperature too much. Yes, things will be a bit slower to start up at a lower temperature, but that's fine. Constantly swinging the temp up and down or whatever, during the initial stages of fermentation, is going to cause more problems than it will fix. Get it to your desired fermentation temp (or give it the ability to self rise there) and keep it there.
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