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By Wikiwakawakawee
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Joined:  Sat Nov 16, 2013 10:30 pm
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So I finally found a greenhouse that would fit perfectly, and it measures 3'11" L x 1'6" D x 5'3" H. I only wish it was taller :) im gonna make this a highland nepenthes greenhouse, but I was wondering how high humidity will affect the light fixtures :|(I haven't put the cover on yet) Im going to connect a humidifier to the greenhouse to keep it at maximum humidity, and try the frozen water bottle method to keep it cooler inside, but im afraid that all that humidity will damage the light fixture in some way=/ What do you guys think?? :D
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By Cory
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Joined:  Sat Jul 27, 2013 5:42 pm
#193590
Test It put before putting or buying plants to make sure it performs the way you want it to. I haven't had any luck with frozen water bottles or ice packs in the past they have little effect. I was forced to purchase a air conditioner
By Wikiwakawakawee
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yeah I was planning on doing so. But will anything happen to the light fixture if it's inside the greenhouse with all the humidity??
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