maybe i should remove the rope around the branches thats pulling them in. I did that cuz all the tops of the branches was getting heavy and the branch was bending downwords.When dealing with higher than ideal humidity the crucial factor becomes the air circulation. n all cases you need to make sure your pulling those super high humid microclimates away from the buds. Its not so much the humidity is the concern but rather high humidity leaves less room for more water absorption so with higher humidi it just makes it a bit more difficult.
the bigger the buds the higher the humidity directly around them and the more crucial the air movement around them becomes. You can flower well over 70% if you can keep from hitting dew point during temp swings and have smaller buds with great airflow.
some ppl will kinda pry the bud clusters a bit with a utensil just to make sure they breathe a bit. I think its a bit extreme but wont hurt