controlling humidor temperature
I live in California in the high deserts and its that time of year where it gets so hot that nobody wants to do anything and complains that it's hot. My question to the cigar community is in the past few days the temperatures have been high in the 90s almost 100 degrees and my humidors are reading 85 degrees Fahrenheit. I know if they are kept at the temperatures and the humidity I have a higher chance to get beetles or mold. So I would like the cigar communitys help to solve this problem. I might also add that my humidors are in the coolest area in my house and at a constant 85 degrees Fahrenheit.