Post by rainforest on Jul 10, 2010 13:22:39 GMT -10
All I can foresee is algae algae algae! Use humidifying-misting with also a dry fan to follow. While nepenthes do come from very wet regions, they are monsoonal and follow a pattern of very wet and very dry periods. This is not that extreme for all the species, but given as a guideline where all plants can grow together in a composite setting.
Thanks for the heads up rainforest I will make sure to keep an eye on it. The humidity seemed to be dropping a bit low during the day with all the air flow to keep it cool. We average about 18% to 25% outside here in Colorado Springs.
For the video I turned it on to show how much it could produce, so far the only time it runs is when the swamp coolers are on.