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Discussion in 'Incubating & Hatching Eggs' started by bhazell123, Jun 12, 2011.
Was wandering how to lower the humidity so I don't smother these eggs
What day are you on, what are you hatching, and what's your humidity with a calibrated hygrometer?
After checking the humidty with a reliable hygrometer...You can lower the humidity using dry rice.
We live in Florida, and the humidity - even in the house - can get too high for the incubator!
Quote:O thanks a ton will try that I have q digital thermometer with the humidity Thimbu but it doesn't work anymore and I just set them today soo thanks a ton
Going to ask a silly question here, but do you have water added to any channels inside the incubator?
Also a dehumidifier inside the room your using can help alot if your having alot of problems.
With all the flooding and rain lately our humidity outside has been at 100% humidity and Im still running the incubator at under 30%.
The dry rice is a great idea.
Quote:I have closed containers of water to keep the temp up but I took the open one out when the humidity was wayy to high lol