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SWIM has just gotten a few cacti cuttings but has 1 (major?) problem.. SWIM lives in a cabin near a lake; shit gets very moist around there. I'm talking humidity indoor +-80%, esp in winter. SWIM has a dehumidifier that takes it down to 60% if he leaves it on night and day.. SWIM could buy one extra if needed.
As one might guess a cabin gets colder from time to time; temperatures during the day may be a minimum of 20 degrees but at night when the stove is off it can fall to 5 degrees in winter. SWIM could buy an extra smaller stove for this if needed.
The question is can the following cacti survive/grow/thrive in a place like this? Is it important that SWIM buys extra equipment ASAP? Is it not needed at all?
- San Pedro - Bolivian torch - Peruvian torch - Peyote -> If subspecies matter I shall edit later
It would cost SWIM less to buy this stuff than to throw away the cacti from rot: but SWIM can't seem to find the maximum humidity for these species: minimum temp should be 10° celcius right? Does this mean that they die if its lower for just 1-2 nights?
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