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too much humidity in incubator? using rye grain
    #587526 - 03/23/02 07:49 PM (16 years, 6 months ago)

ok people. i set up a incubator to run at 84F,
basically it is a plastic wannabe rubbermaid. with a fish heater in it, i used a smaller plastic box. it floats inside like a boat and the one quart rye jars go int the smallerbox or "boat", just wondering if you can have to much moisture in a incubator, when i lift the lid its like a rain forest all the condensation inside,, thanks..


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Re: too much humidity in incubator? using rye grain [Re: nw2shroom]
    #587545 - 03/23/02 08:23 PM (16 years, 6 months ago)

I have the same set up the smaller box has a lid on it no water gets to my jars works fine for me.


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Re: too much humidity in incubator? using rye grain [Re: nw2shroom]
    #588457 - 03/24/02 10:03 PM (16 years, 6 months ago)

I have the same incubator and i don't have any problems with it.

You could cover the inside container....and cut holes into the side of it.
But that might make that lid drip too.

I really don't have any problem with the water on the lid.
You might if you have a carpet......and open it and the water spills on the carpet.
But mine is on the concrete floor....and i just let the water on the lid slide back into the large container when i open it up.


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