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    I also have to keep my growrack wrapped. Without, my humidity ranges 12-30%. Desert anyone?

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    In Ontario, though? Still, it does appear the rack is up against a baseboard heater, so it may be worthwhile.
    Good luck with it, carn. Once you've got extra space the hobby really starts to get out of control. I used to be able to fit my whole plant collection into a single washtub; now there are plants in every room of my house save one. ;D
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    Whats so bad about Ontario here its ususally 80% Humidity outside. It Does get as cold as -30 C but They aren't inside, the baseboard heater in my room never comes one, its a small apartment so the heat from the lvivng room is enough. Though I do have to get a plastic covering for it.

    Please do share your concerns!

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    Oh no, I was saying that Ontario is not really comparable to the dryness in, say, Salt Lake, like nightsky above. You may not need a cover at all - get a hygrometer first and figure out the ambient humidity.
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    I do have one its an exo-terra digital Hygrometer, the Humidity outside is 80% but in my room its 40% So looks like do need the plastic!

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