Indoor Greenhouse Keeps Plants Too Wet


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Hello!
I recently got a really cheap indoor greenhouse that I had seen other people recommend. It absolutely does the job, and my plants are thriving in the humidity! However, the plants in there do not dry out sufficiently- I am worried about root rot because they are constantly wet.
There are no vents on the greenhouse, and I’m wondering if adding some might help. I open it a few times a day to allow for air circulation. I use a small humidifier at the bottom and keep the humidity around 80%. I’ve kept it lower recently to try to dry everything out, but my alocasia is not happy with this change.
I don’t think this is a soil problem, since I have mostly newly propagated/reported plants in there.
Any ideas or tips on what I can do?
Thank you!
 

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While the weather is reasonably warm the flap can be left open to allow air to circulate.
 

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