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Offlinewizeoldgnome
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HELP! h20 condensation on my t. peruvianus seedlings!!
    #1333829 - 02/25/03 09:27 AM (13 years, 9 months ago)

i have my seedlings in a small tupperware with a clear lid. they are sitting on top of my radiator, this allows for some nice bottom heat. they are about a month old and are doing pretty good. i see one or two vert tiny spines coming out of the tops of the cacti. my question is, the placement of the tupperware maked for quite a humid environment. i remove water droplets from the lid twice a day. the seedling have small droplets on the side as well. does anyone see this being a problem?? i guess i could remove from bottom heat or remove the lid but i think they may still be a little young. i have read different things about when to take the lid off. any advice for the succulant lover?


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Re: HELP! h20 condensation on my t. peruvianus seedlings!! [Re: wizeoldgnome]
    #1334187 - 02/25/03 11:04 AM (13 years, 9 months ago)

Removing the bottom heat probably isn't a bad idea. Some kind of rot may start growing if it stays too humid in there. Just set it next to the radiator if you're worried about it getting too cold.


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Re: HELP! h20 condensation on my t. peruvianus seedlings!! [Re: peruvian spark]
    #1336569 - 02/26/03 04:38 AM (13 years, 9 months ago)

anyone know a good time to put some holes in the lid and start getting them used to their surroundings?


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Re: HELP! h20 condensation on my t. peruvianus seedlings!! [Re: wizeoldgnome]
    #1336968 - 02/26/03 07:50 AM (13 years, 9 months ago)

Now.


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Re: HELP! h20 condensation on my t. peruvianus seedlings!! [Re: Funkey]
    #1337141 - 02/26/03 09:19 AM (13 years, 9 months ago)

here are mine.
the one with the holes has a cacti growing there, about 1 month old :laugh:
the other one is with peyote seeds I planted some days ago


 

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Re: HELP! h20 condensation on my t. peruvianus seedlings!! [Re: T0aD]
    #1337208 - 02/26/03 10:01 AM (13 years, 9 months ago)

toad, i cant see any pictures.


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Re: HELP! h20 condensation on my t. peruvianus seedlings!! [Re: T0aD]
    #1342040 - 02/28/03 06:07 AM (13 years, 9 months ago)

your pots look like they have a lot of moisture and condensation in there. do you have bottom heat? are you worried about any rot or mold?


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Re: HELP! h20 condensation on my t. peruvianus seedlings!! [Re: wizeoldgnome]
    #1342063 - 02/28/03 06:19 AM (13 years, 9 months ago)

no Im not


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Re: HELP! h20 condensation on my t. peruvianus seedlings!! [Re: T0aD]
    #1342304 - 02/28/03 08:35 AM (13 years, 9 months ago)

you could probably take the plastic off now.........i would be concerned about mold if i were you
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