So I'm giving dry hatch a go for the first time. From what I gather from doing a bit of reading here 35% - 40% seems to be the sweat spot for this method. I got my Hovabator setup a week before I was going set eggs and with out any water in the tray and the humidity was in the 20s, so I played with it a bit and ended up filling the tray as I normally would but then covered 75% of it with some tin foil and after a bit of fussing I got it to hold right around 35%-37%. I let it sit this way for a few days until I set my eggs.
Well, I set them and the humidity has risen to 42%-44%.
I first reaction of course was to try and adjust the foil but I've resisted and deiced if I did anything I would do it on day seven when I candled them. Of course I could also go to far in the other direction so who knows.
I guess what I'm asking is am I to wet to be dry and should I be monkeying with things?