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How long you need to run it depends on your location, the weather, and other things in your home.
I'd get a hygrometer (measures humidity). They're $5-10 on amazon. Then you can aim for a specific humidity level rather than doing a
bunch of guesswork.
I have this one which was $11, current 12. Because it bluetooth connects to my phone and will give me alerts if the temperature or humidity is outside the range I set.
That's cool environment data you're gathering!
I'm curious what device you're using for data gathering?
I just found this on Amazon and am getting ready to pull the trigger:
The gauges are very inaccurate and practically useless, lame they they still include them with tanks or sell them. Get this:
Can check it on your phone and lots of other neat features for something so cheap!
I have this Govee Smart Hygrometer Thermometer.
Only $12, works great and has a bluetooth connection to your phone where you can track the temp and relative humidity. Pretty great IMHO.
Govee Bluetooth Indoor Hygrometer Thermometer, Room Humidity and Temperature Sensor Gauge with Remote App Monitoring, Large LCD Display, Notification Alerts, 2 Years Data Storage Export, Black https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07Y36FWTT/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_38F5737TXWJAMH341FE0 (here is the link to it)
I just bought one of these that lets you track the high and low temps on your phone Govee Bluetooth Hygrometer Thermometer, Humidity Temperature Gauge with Remote Monitor, Large LCD Display, Notification Alert with Max Min Records, 2 Years Data Storage Export, Black https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07Y36FWTT/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_i_ZSK5EN2XHHNC4GJJ4FXD?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
Edit: it arrived within 24 hours
I'm new to this and actively working on tuning the settings for my system, so definitely not experienced. I'd be glad for any feedback.
My basic system has humidifier input at the top, and exhaust out the bottom.
My thinking is you want to take advantage of gravity and natural air flow - moist heavy air enters at the top pushing current contents out the bottom.
I have one 120mm computer fan on a cycle timer at base, blowing out, to encourage fresh air. I'm adding 2 more - they're on order.
Tuning the system isn't trivial. The settings you set on your Inkbird or whatever, are not what the tub sees. Especially if you add in not knowing the results of your exhaust timing.
I recommend something like this:
Getting the right combination of fresh air and correct humidity has been a challenge-hence the new fans.
Good luck, and I'd love to hear feedback.
Govee Bluetooth Hygrometer Thermometer, Humidity Temperature Gauge with Remote Monitor, Large LCD Display, Notification Alert with Max Min Records, 2 Years Data Storage Export, Black https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07Y36FWTT/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_M4ZMAATNR0VVSE2PTC7G?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
what's the humidity in your bedroom? vegas is average 24%...
monitor it if you don't already
a mechanical dehumidifier won't go below 35% unfortunately
have you tried more humidity? I know you said dry helps, but, as an example, some cpap users have this same problem and solve it by increasing the humidity it provides.
This one. Its cheap, accurate, doubles as a hygrometer for humidity measurement, and connects to your phone and alerts you when temp/humidity falls out of range that you select.
I got this Thermometer from Amazon
You can download an app that connects via Bluetooth
This is what I use
Top tier equipment, I’ve only got the older style cloud line t6 with old style controller so I can’t really speak on the kits but I haven’t heard much bad things about them. It’s definitely pricey but if you’re looking for complete automation the it’s not going to be cheap.
I have these govee hygrometer they work pretty well & I am able to set alerts & monitor my tent but I’m unable to make adjustments.
Govee Hygrometer Thermometer H5075, Bluetooth Indoor Room Temperature Monitor Greenhouse Thermometer with Remote App Control, Large LCD Display, Notification Alerts, 2 Years Data Storage Export, Black https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07Y36FWTT/ref=cm_sw_r_apan_i_GTEKQ5B3SQB9X8D0NVQS?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
Govee Bluetooth Digital... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07Y36FWTT
It doesn’t meet your “plugs in” but otherwise is super cheap and reliable. They broadcast the data over Bluetooth low energy every couple of seconds.
The protocol is reverse engineered and there is python code available for the lazy on GitHub.
I used a simple ESP32 board to read a bunch at my house and dump the data to my MQTT broker for the rest of the systems to read. You could easily use a Pi zero W or similar if you wanted fancier interfacing.
Get one (or more) of these and you can monitor what’s going on temp and humidity wise. https://www.amazon.com/Govee-Temperature-Humidity-Notification-Monitor/dp/B07Y36FWTT/ref=sr_1_13?crid=75BPU01FHNEA&keywords=govee+wifi+thermometer+hygrometer&qid=1649388169&s=industrial&sprefix=Govee+%2Cindustrial%2C98&sr=1-13
If moisture is actually a concern, it’s easy enough to monitor. Just stick one of these in the jar facing out.
It lets you know if the desiccant packs have been saturated because you can see the humidity creep up if there packs stop being effective.
Govee Hygrometer Thermometer H5075, Bluetooth Indoor Room Temperature Monitor Greenhouse Thermometer with Remote App Control, Large LCD Display, Notification Alerts, 2 Years Data Storage Export, Black https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07Y36FWTT/ref=cm_sw_r_apan_i_KD5JRFRVZ5XHVQ4R5JE6?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
Some houses in the northern region I've seen to have a wood burner and a decent size water pan on top.
Humidity is key.
I also learned about handwarmers and cutoff sock elastics around wrists help with cold fingers.
Boiling a few pots of water at a time a couple times throughout the day might help maintain a more comfortable humidity level in the main area of your place.
This hygrometer I think would work very well for your needs.
Govee Bluetooth Digital Hygrometer Indoor Thermometer, Room Humidity and Temperature Sensor Gauge with Remote App Monitoring, Large LCD Display, Notification Alerts, 2 Years Data Storage Export, Black https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07Y36FWTT/ref=cm_sw_r_apan_glt_i_HDWM46G8YRR79B08G8EB?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
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I use a govee digital bluetooth hygrometer on the cool side; ($12 from the internet's favorite big store)[https://www.amazon.com/Govee-Temperature-Humidity-Notification-Monitor/dp/B07Y36FWTT/] and it's worked beautifully for me in combination with a thermostat attached to my heat mat.
(Do not use an undertank heat mat with a BP; they'll sit on it until they get burns. I have a rosy boa who consistently stays above the substrate and I've secured a piece of reptile carpet to the glass above the mat to be safe)
I'd go with Govee. Seems a lot of reptile keepers use them and it's been doing just fine for me so far. Has large and easy to read numbers.
Govee Bluetooth Digital Hygrometer Indoor Thermometer, Room Humidity and Temperature Sensor Gauge with Remote App Monitoring, Large LCD Display, Notification Alerts, 2 Years Data Storage Export, Black https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07Y36FWTT/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_M3MQTQ3HQS6WQCJ099GC?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
I like this one by govee. I have a couple of them. I know that they work with Alexa and they have an app
In MA my basement gets up to 82° in the hot /humid part of summer and I struggle to keep the tent (with 450w LED) under 88° without AC.
You could buy one of these and leave it in your garage for a week to gather data and then see what you’re battling. I can’t imagine how you’d be able to do it without AC being in Texas.
Govee Smart Hygrometer Thermometer, Bluetooth https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07Y36FWTT/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apip_NBvtygIR7snxK
I really like the Govee hygrometer/thermometer combo. I have one in all of my enclosures. They're really handy because they have an app you can download and they connect to your phone through Bluetooth so you can check on it from anywhere in your house.
It may not be necessary for someone that only has one snake, but mine are all over my house and I'm lazy lol
Govee Bluetooth Digital Hygrometer Indoor Thermometer, Room Humidity and Temperature Sensor Gauge with Remote App Monitoring, Large LCD Display, Notification Alerts, 2 Years Data Storage Export, Black https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07Y36FWTT/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_ZNACJ099G8C2E5ZTEYFR?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
Govee Bluetooth Digital Hygrometer Indoor Thermometer, Room Humidity and Temperature Sensor Gauge with Remote App Monitoring, Large LCD Display, Notification Alerts, 2 Years Data Storage Export, Black https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07Y36FWTT/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_EM3ZD6CP04QK0GQGMWAR
I've got two of these and they read the same values when I put them next to each other. also found them from someone else's recommendation, so at least two people like them :) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07Y36FWTT/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_glt_fabc_K66MMNKYVDKKRJ34PAK6?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
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We are thinking about eventually doing vanlife with our cats and I've given a lot of thought about how to moderate the temperature when we're not with them in the van.
Will you have some kind of internet setup in your car? If not, you could maybe get a cheap smartphone from Tracphone or something and use the hotspot feature, and then buy a wifi thermometer like this one. That would allow you to remotely monitor the temperature inside your car; if it gets too warm, you can return and take care of the cats.
I've also been looking into wifi-enabled remote start options; I was thinking we could start the car and have the AC blast when we're gone to keep the cats cool without having to return to the van.
Govee Bluetooth Hygrometer Thermometer, Humidity Temperature Gauge with Remote Monitor, Large LCD Display, Notification Alert with Max Min Records, 2 Years Data Storage Export, Black https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07Y36FWTT/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_PPWV39365GT5T23NZDVV?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
What do you mean by 'across the unit'? I do have a little temperature thermometer like this one sitting about 4 feet under the AC unit that is near the ceiling (https://www.amazon.com/Govee-Temperature-Humidity-Notification-Monitor/dp/B07Y36FWTT/ref=sr_1_6?dchild=1&keywords=temperature+monitor&qid=1623887318&sr=8-6). Even though I set my AC to as cold as it gets (61), the thermometer still reads 81.
Well I harvested one shoebox this last Monday. It was my first and so far only success. I got 46g dry from a 12qt.
Throughout the period it was in FC I was still going up there to fan and spray.
I tried leaving the lid off the tub when first introduced to FC - But I had dripping issues because I had humidity too high.
I also didn't have the exhaust system working as well at the time - my goal is to be able to leave it unattended for hours at a time, but I wouldn't say I'm there yet.
Oh I got some of these, they're really helpful for accurately monitoring the actual environment. It's Bluetooth, so I can usually dl to my phone the current history of temp and humidity - from downstairs. Pretty good graphing of history:
Some of the more experienced growers on Shroomery.org don't use a Martha - I want to try to do a grow without the Martha, just to see if it makes a difference. Right now I'm too inexperienced to really know.
I have a similar setup.
I didn't notice, what are you using to control humidity?
I use an Inkbird humidity controller to drive the humidifier (keeps it from running non-stop - and keeps the tent from getting too wet).
I picked up a couple of these to monitor the environment:
I connected some computer fans that run on a cycle timer to periodically purge the air in the tent and encourage periodic FAE. The tent is already open at the bottom so the fans just help.
It took a little bit of time to tweak the environment settings so I was happy with it.
I hear the Martha isn't so helpful for cubes, but I'm glad I have it.
Maybe after a few more grows under my belt, I'll tackle pans - which might benefit more from the tent, I just barely harvested first fruits on Monday.
What size containers are you using? I just got 640g wet and 46g dry from a 12qt shoebox. A little more because my wife and I sampled 60g wet that wasn't part of that 640g.
I currently have an 80W DHP on my hot side and a 100W CHE on the cool side. Though I don’t think my Che is ever turned on through the thermostat and the temp never goes below 80 so I may replace it with some sort of cooling device if I can find one. And I got a thermometer/hygrometer from Amazon Govee Bluetooth Hygrometer Thermometer, Humidity Temperature Gauge with Remote Monitor, Large LCD Display, Notification Alert with Max Min Records, 2 Years Data Storage Export, Black https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07Y36FWTT/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_1X74RCN1V7MX438WW919?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
That’s a BlueLab Guardian monitor for water temps, ppm, ph.. Govee smart hydrometer is what I use to keep tracks of my tent conditions. It updates ever 2 seconds and sends alerts to my phone when things get out of range. Limited-time deal: Govee Smart Hygrometer Thermometer, Bluetooth Humidity Temperature Gauge with Remote Monitor, Large LCD Display, Notification Alert with Max Min Records, 2 Years Data Storage Export, Black https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07Y36FWTT/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_dlT1_XH902Z2WCEPBNF0BEJ2H
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This uses a service but it’s included and $10
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It would probably be fine by the window. Apparently these can tolerate brief periods of cold even a little below freezing which is better than what a lot of other tropical species can handle. I bet that grow light puts out at least a little heat too so if you run it 16hrs a day then most of the time that will keep it a little warmer than the ambient temp. Lots of light is essential with indoor growing so you should give it a try.
If you’re worried about the temp, get one of these thermohygrometers to keep track, it’s inexpensive and works great. I have poor insulation in my house too so I keep one by my trees near the window. It doesn’t really get super cold here but even when it’s in the 20s the temp by the window doesn’t seem to drop below 60F which is plenty warm enough for even cold-sensitive trees.
I have a fairly cheap thermometer/hygrometer You can see patterns and while you can't adjust stuff on the fly, you can set up heaters/humidifiers to start when necessary.
Blue tooth Thermometer/Hygrometer
This is what I'm using to capture this data https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07Y36FWTT/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_fabc_vQYQFbX0VKF1C?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
I know the average humidity is a little high for flowering plants. I expect it to drop down to the lower 40's soon as the outside temp is dropping
If you're really interested in monitoring stuff you could check this out. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07Y36FWTT/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_fab_ApsHFbCGGX8VW
It's nice because it logs information for the last 30 days so you can review the data set without constantly checking the tub.
The TS1000& 240w qb's from KingBrite have a dimmer, and wouldn't be overkill for a 2x2, you'd simply have a stronger, better plant for it, you will have to watch your light distance/intensity, I put my hand out & if it gets too warm after 30 seconds I lower the light
Do keep an eye on heat, maybe look at a Govee Thermometer, have a fan on your plant & one for your light
I have one of these & I'd probably just keep a fan on the light and a fan on your plants, you can put the driver outside if you want to
I find that the light helps warm up the environment to the plants' benefit , Govee has a great thermometer that puts a data graph on your phone
Govee Thermometer Hygrometer, Accurate Indoor Temperature Humidity Sensor with Notification Alert, LCD Bluetooth Temp Humidity Monitor with Data Storage for House Garage Greenhouse Wine Cellar https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07Y36FWTT/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_INJkFbP1DKJNJ
Haha, I'm told I'm pretty good at getting others to spend their money 😈
link to product on Amazon
Thanks so much for the comment. I will take a look at those links you posted. I am actually working with a cheap hygrometer from Amazon (see here): Govee Hygrometer/Thermometer.
I figured if it's already setup to transmit data to the proprietary app it comes with, I should be able to get into the signal somehow. I don't see how I wouldn't be able too, but my limited knowledge of BT leaves me with a big unanswered questions. I am still in the research phase, so I thank you again for the links provided.
I got it off Amazon
Govee Smart Hygrometer Thermometer https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07Y36FWTT/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_Z2ZM17V70VNG4V6AX1SR
I had the same issue! I bought the Govee digital hygrometers that have an app and I love them! Here you go
This one on Amazon. It’s awesome, you can see temps and humidity on your phone with it too.
Is this the one you have? If not, could you please provide a link?
You can monitor it with an app on your phone, it's accurate and cheap
Id put him in your bath tub with warm water, just enough water to cover 1/2 of his body. Most bath tubs slant so we will fill ours up till there is 1/3" on the shallow side and that gives the far side an 1" or so. Enough that they can soak well. use Warm water maybe 90*, and let him explore in there for a bit. Reheat the water as needed since it will cool. Then create a humidity box and put that in your tank with him. Using paper towels and a container with a hole in it so he can get in and out. That should help remove the shed right away. Make sure you have a good Temp/Humidity gauge. I use my Govee in all my tanks. they are only $10-15 and work very well. Remember to keep the humidity above 55%, and around 70% as soon as they go into blue.
A Bluetooth, data logging thermometer.
Govee Indoor Hygrometer... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07Y36FWTT?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share
Thanks! Found it on AmazonGovee thermometer
Paired my $10 space heater with a smart plug. Took some time to dial in, but works like a charm.
I'd probably recommend a Govee one over something more generic, sends the data to your phone
I just smacked two of these bad boys on the hot and cool side of the tank and the hygrometer readings are amazing. Can’t recommend enough (:
I actually went with this ome.
But I appreciate your help.
I really like the Govee temperature and humidity sensors that use Bluetooth Low Energy. They have a variety of different models, with and without displays. They store readings and they can be transferred to your phone.
Are these ok https://www.amazon.com/Govee-Temperature-Humidity-Notification-Monitor/dp/B07Y36FWTT/ref=pd_aw_fbt_img_sccl_1/131-9848352-4570465?pd_rd_w=8bbOM&content-id=amzn1.sym.f353d175-26fc-4776-8298-842dab47b290&pf_rd_p=f353d175-26fc-4776-8298-842dab47b290&pf_rd_r=04MRCEVGKXG6JQEDXBM8&pd_rd_wg=SYva3&pd_rd_r=30a027f8-69d2-48df-adc3-910b83441ca3&pd_rd_i=B07Y36FWTT&psc=1
I like the various Govee Bluetooth LE (Low Energy) temperature and humidity sensors since they are accurate, low-cost, and have a long battery life. I have various models in every room, in my garage, in my fridge and freezer, in my attic, and several outside.
If you are using Home Automation and have it running on a machine that has a Wifi and Bluetooth capability, like Raspberry Pi, or a mini-PC, then all you have to do in use the Bluetooth Integration to receive all the data.
I use the ones with displays for inside the house:
For my fridge and freezer I use a small display-less one:
And I use the display-less ones that will run up to 500 days on three AAA batteries for outside and in my attic:
>taking a ton of temperature measurements
Or get one of these.
I use both Aqara Zigbee sensors and Govee Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) sensors; I've found that the BLE sensors have much more range than I would have thought.
I have the Govee sensors in all rooms, in my garage, in my fridge and freezer, in my attic, and outside. I use the display versions inside and the display-less versions in the fridge & freezer, attic and outside.
BLE sensors work great with Home Assistant using the Bluetooth Integration.
Get some of these and you can monitor what going on. https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B07Y36FWTT?psc=1&ref=ppx_yo2ov_dt_b_product_details
They have these Bluetooth thermometer/hygrometers that work really well, it's really useful to see daily fluctuations and make sure everything is in the right ranges, I've had mine for around a month and it works great! I tried chips but humidity wasn't staying, switched to coco coir and it moderated it far better, always now between 65-90 day-night.
Here's a really helpful care guide, my boyo looks a lot like yours, a super pastel het clown :>
Some feeding tips, heating it up hotter can help if they don't seem interested, and leaving the head dipped in for longer than the body to make a hot spot target. Mine also refuses to eat unless the rat is upside down with its belly in the air (I hold the back hips with tongs so they're parallel to the ground), because then the nose points upward and he can strike down at it - probably feels more secure. He went on a month long hunger strike until I figured that out after unthinkingly offering them right-side up during that period, back to no issues at all. Most feeding issues are environmental tho
In terms of environment, climbing opportunities are important to offer, mine will choose to sleep in them sometimes like a tree python, here's a good site I got them off of
Sky hides are also a good idea, and plant cover. Joanne's or other craft stores sell real nice fake pothos-looking ones that are less expensive and offer way better cover than the pet store fish tank ones, just have to wash them. Cork bark flats mine likes the most out of any other type of hide, where there's a large but pretty flat, shallow domed area underneath with one entrance on one side, the rest embedded in the substrate or plugged by sphagnum moss, they're more expensive at pet stores than online, but I like to inspect them in person
Hope the random advice helps!
If money is a concern at all, than the Sonoff Zigbee Dongle Plus and Aqara sensors (buy from AliExpress) would be my recommendation for sensors. I’ve had a great experience with them and most people on here seem to as well.
For Doorbells, I’ve only tried the Eufy 2k and Amcrest 2k (both wired) but I am very happy with the Amcrest. I much prefer the look/feel of it. The camera is good and the RTSP connection is fast and stable. Eufy does have a nicer app and it can correct fisheye distortion, but those are the only things I liked better.
For temp sensors I see a lot of people using small wireless ones that don’t have a screen and cost >$20, or DIY ones for way cheaper. I got a BT dongle and use the Passive BLE Monitorintegration to read these ones from Govee. I like being able to see the temp on the device and the range/battery life are really good.
Govee Bluetooth Digital... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07Y36FWTT?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share
I don't rely on that one, it's just there for reference in the time-lapse I'm doing on the dome, but here it is on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07Y36FWTT/ref=ppx\_yo\_dt\_b\_search\_asin\_title?ie=UTF8&th=1
These: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07Y36FWTT They spit out a Bluetooth LE advertisement every two seconds with temp/humidity/battery state.
I wrote some code for an ESP32 board which I plug in centrally in the house to read it and translate it to (in my case) MQTT on the WiFi network. C4 picks up the MQTT packets and I just use a dummy thermostat driver to display the results. At $13 each for the thermometer, and $7 a piece for ESP32 microcontrollers (one will do as many thermometers as it'll receive), I can't find a cheaper solution.
Yes, I had to write a little software, but it was one evening for the C4 side, one for the ESP side, and one to print a little case for the ESP32 board (https://www.amazon.com/KeeYees-Development-Bluetooth-Microcontroller-ESP-WROOM-32/dp/B07QCP2451). All the Govee protocol decoding is available on github, so was easy to find.
I use this humidistat
I used this one (there are plenty online).
Govee Bluetooth Digital Hygrometer Indoor Thermometer, Room Humidity and Temperature Sensor Gauge with Remote App Monitoring
I've used this to validate the performance on
Other possible things you can do with this is monitor the temp of your unprotected groceries on the way home, I'm sure it will be very illuminating about how long it spends in the daaangerzone
Pretty happy level with the level of casual science one can do with a $10-15 gadget in 2021. There's actually all sorts of other data loggers out there, I've only played with these hygrometer/thermometers.
Not OP but my hygrometer does the same thing and generates the same graphs via Bluetooth. This is what I've got: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07Y36FWTT/ref=cm_sw_r_apan_glt_fabc_4CNF0VRXH49ABCY4KE96?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
I use one of these, just make sure it’s at canopy level. Doesn’t have to be this brand either you can get what you want but it’s worked fine for me https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07Y36FWTT/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glc_fabc_10B5WYV6J8SNHAKFAPS2
what's your house humidity? that will make you itch if too low
try some anti inch creme
No amazon referral links. Next time's a ban.
They were linking to this.
This is it:
I'd say its worth it. Comes in Monday.
here ya go! This was the product that made me love Govee!
You should get a humidity monitor to check different areas. 55% is totally fine. There are cheap ones that have blue tooth now https://www.amazon.com/Govee-Temperature-Humidity-Notification-Monitor/dp/B07Y36FWTT
If you plan on drinking most of it quickly, it really doesn't matter any any air tight storage will do.
On the other hand if you have many cakes or a few higher (expensive) quality raw or ripe cakes that you intend to chip away at over time I recommend the following set up:
air tight, food grade plastic container:
humidity source . The beads are more economical as they can be refilled indefinitely. Boveda packs are the easier but the much more expensive option.
hygrometer (to measure humidity and temperature)
It's only $12 on Amazon. Figured it was worth itSmart Hygrometer
My hygrometer is this one! https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B07Y36FWTT/
I’m pretty sure it’s this container
And this hygrometer
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This hygrometer is dirt cheap and works well: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07Y36FWTT/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1
Also have something like this to confirm moisture stays under 50:
Get a Govee Thermometer (it graphs the stats on your phone) & keep an eye on it
Well I just purchased this.
And will get an intake fan and carbon filter next month.
Do you he any recommendations on an intake fan and filter?
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For my main tent I use: Govee Thermometer Hygrometer, Accurate Indoor Temperature Humidity Sensor with Notification Alert, LCD Bluetooth Temp Humidity Monitor with Data Storage for House Garage Greenhouse Wine Cellar https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07Y36FWTT/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_iptlFbRDA7B5P
It’s got a screen but also does Bluetooth to my phone.
For the drying tent and eventually curing jars I use these guys which I LOVE:
Govee Wireless Thermometer Hygrometer, Mini Bluetooth Indoor Temperature Humidity Sensor with Free Data Export, Temp Humidity Monitor with APP Alert for Home Greenhouse Pet Cigar Humidor https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07R586J37/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_88slFbBR1VMQQ
Every other week they go on sale on Amazon for about 11 bucks. And I know you can get five times as many of those little cheap ones for that price but to be able to do it wirelessly, not have to open something up to check on it, be able to collect the data over time to notice trends.... easy decision to make it worth it.
App is easy to use and I can have all of my sensors named in my phone all in one place. Love it.