Hadn't thought of that. I can keep the tobacco in an air conditioned room but then I'll be back to worrying about drying. Still, dry tobacco is easier to fix than mouldy tobacco.Mold might be your bigger concern. A ship I was on pulled into Thailand several times a few years back, beautiful country. I had a Mossy Oak three piece suit tailored with blaze orange lining...a tragedy but a fun one
I haven't had any problems with mould in general in this house, apart from on back scrubbers, which I solved by not leaving them hanging in the bathroom, so I'm not sure whether it could be an issue or not. Only one way to find out I guess!