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    I know that vft's like humidity, but how much? What is considered optimal?

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    vfts dont need that high of humidity to live if you keep the soil moist that is enough

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    I keep my flytraps with around 40-60% humidity and they grow very well.

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    Hey Ajaxx

    First WELCOME!!

    I am glad you have found us. [img]http://www.**********.com/iBhtml/non-cgi/emoticons/smile.gif[/img]

    VFT's don't really need a lot of humidity...everyone has pretty much answered...but I thought that I would toss in my 2 cents. They do well with humidity around 40-50% If you are concerned about the humidity, you can mist the plant daily ( if the humidity where you live is lower than 40%)

    Good luck with your plants, and let us know how they do!

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    Thanks everyone.

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