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As far as your first point is concerned, yes thats close to what I meant.
I am very interested in seeing you realise this.All I would say is what I said before. Many people with ideal setups and some experience fail to make their leaf cutters thrive. You are going to keep them for the first time in an experimental setup. I mean dont get me wrong, I like the spirit, just a little skeptical as to whether you can make it work and learn how to look after them properly at the same time. Happy to hold your hand on this though.
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Well if it's just condensation on the outside not a big deal.
Hhhmmmm I totally see your concerns and appreciate it and the advice you have. It's a big reason I want to do the testing now ahead of time as upposed to doing it without any testing. If I can get those humidity numbers and temps at the right spot I think it could work
But if I can't get the number I want and the ants need I won't do it.
But I do appreciate your you input, I do hope it all works out