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My plants sit on south-facing window sill in the gap between the glass and blinds closed (very little air flow). The window is on street level of a fairly busy street so the blinds are closed, and as such, there is very little air flow to prevent strangers to see all the craziness inside. However, that is my only south-facing window and my thumb is not yet green. These Capsicum chinense plants are in a San Francisco window.

What is the recommendation of this ventilation? Thanks, you!

My plants sit on south-facing window sill in the gap between the glass and closed blinds closed (very little air flow)

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Will the blind go down as far as the top of the plants and stop there? If so, then viewers on the outside would see just the blind at the top and the plants on the sill, able to see nothing inside the room. Keep the plants pruned for bushiness to a uniform height and they will have access to good light and air from the room.

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  • so the blind does go all the way down and there is very little air flow. is your recommend to not lower the blind all the way? – Kardo Paska Jun 1 at 6:37

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