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    If humidity is optimal, how hot is too hot?

    Say humidity is 85-90%+. Would 110-115 deg.F. be too hot?

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    For what nep? They're different, but that sounds hot.

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    Like merrilliana, bical, northiana, campXveitchii, albo-margXveitchii, sumatrana.
    Actually those specifically.

    As a constant day temp, not just a flux or now and then. I was thinking of moving them outside, I can maintain the humidity, but I used my temp gauge and it showed that its gonna be around that during light hours. Down to 75-90deg.F. at night. The 110-115 is a highend likely possibility on hot days.

    What do you think
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    I think when you start going over mid90's for even the most heat loving lowland you will start causing damage to the plants. Air movement will also play a factor however.

    btw your humidity was 44% today at 5pm with a temperature of 81 [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile_m_32.gif[/img] (I couldn't resist)
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    yeah yeah, I know. [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile_m_32.gif[/img]

    I thought so, but had heard of some "ultralowlands" tolerating intense heat so I thought I'd ask. I was thinking of putting up this little PVC cage and sheeting it in with plastic, but on a seperate day I had brought my chamber out and in about 2mins. it rose to 110deg.F. and it was 90something outside. My chamber doesn't have much circulation or escape for heat but I figured it would give me an idea of temp inside.

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    Temps are that high way up there in Nebraska?
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    way up in Nebraska? im quite a bit north of there and starting about the 4th of July it hits 100 up here. cools down at night to around 70-75except for about 2 weeks the end of July/begining of August where its 100-110 during most days and cools off to around 90-95 at night. personally i learned to sleep all year round in a second story room that had poor heat in the winter and NO air conditioning in the summer. i would rather sleep in the heat and sleep in rather than sleep down on the air conditioned main floor and be woke up at 6 am [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile_n_32.gif[/img] sleeping in 95 plus heat was no problem as long as i had a fan blowing air across my face. i just got used to it. my fiance on the other hand cant sleep if the air temp is above 85. thank god for central air.

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    I was just up there 2 weeks ago and it was down into the high 50`s at night and low 80`s in the day!
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