Something just occurred to me. I once got fungus in my Cigar Humidor (It was a disaster) and it was caused by having the humidity too high. Since then I have prevented a re-occurance of this event by keeping the humidity to 70% and no more, I have also made sure that there is NO standing water on the wood, or on the plastic parts of the humidity sponges, and that the sponges themselves are kept only lightly damp.
Is that the kind of effect I'm going for here? An area with humidity, but not a tropical rain forest type environment where everything is constantly wet?
It concerns me that the plants may dry out if not kept constantly moist, should I be concerned about that? Is it okay if the leaves get dry?
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