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I'm currently doing a dry start method for my new tank with dwarf baby tears and some other species I forgot the names of, my tank is glass and has fluval strathum substrate with dragon rock in it. I have completely moistened the substrate and plants with RO water without creating puddles or still water and the cling wrap is on tight with no escape holes for air, its been a couple days now and I see that the water is evaporating and the tank is not drying out but I'm wondering what temp it should be at for optimum humidity? its currently at 74 degrees F with a combination of blue light and full spectrum white light, does the tank need to be at a higher temp to achieve the humidity it needs? also can I glue my anubias nana petite in while doing the DSM or will it die and I should only do it right before flooding the tank ? also how often should I change the cling wrap and do an air exchange if everything in the tank stays moist for a good period of time? thanks everyone !