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High humidity dry incubating

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A little worried...day 10 and my aircells look smaller than I would like.

Problem is, with no water in the wells I'm running 39-40% humidity. I have the Brinsea mini advance. How do I bring down the humidity to see some better air cell development??

I live in Hawaii, humidity runs 80-100% all day, every day.

Thanks for any help. I set 7, and so far all 7 look good, lots of movement seen, just smallish aircells. They are getting bigger, but ever so slightly so.
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Did you calibrate your hygrometer to be sure its giving an accurate reading? At 39-40%, your eggs should be loosing a pretty good amount of moisture. Dry rice is great for absorbing excess humidity. Good luck!
Nikki
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