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Strongest h20/h202 ratio for misting.
    #1656524 - 06/23/03 08:00 PM (14 years, 11 months ago)

Does everyone here use the standard 1:10 h202/h20 ratio when misting their casings? Or do some here use stronger?

Also, when using a coolmist, how much h202 do I need to keep the resevoir water clean? How long will the water stay clean after putting h202 in it? Thanks.

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Re: Strongest h20/h202 ratio for misting. [Re: thrice]
    #1656629 - 06/23/03 08:38 PM (14 years, 11 months ago)

my record player actually does light mistings w/h2o2 from the regular 3% stuff it buys at the store.
they still grow fine. i dont know if its because it switched to coco coir instead of peat, or that the terrarium is in natural light (below a window, UV rays?) or that its the h2o2 working, but no contamination problems have happened lately. it also seems i have to fan less. dunno.

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Re: Strongest h20/h202 ratio for misting. [Re: sadi]
    #1656711 - 06/23/03 09:17 PM (14 years, 11 months ago)

I generally use H2O2 only when i see signs of contamination. And when that happens i use %2-3 concentration of H2O2. Under normal conditions or if the place your terrarium is not as clean as preferred i advice you to use %1-1,5 concentration of H2O2 for daily misting.


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Re: Strongest h20/h202 ratio for misting. [Re: ph_plus]
    #1656778 - 06/23/03 09:47 PM (14 years, 11 months ago)

excessive peroxide misting can shock and stun the mycellia, setting it back. it's best not to use any unless you need it, then the recommended strength last i heard was 20:1 water:peroxide from the bottle.

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