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OfflineCinopsilo
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Terrarium
    #2062406 - 11/01/03 10:05 AM (14 years, 7 months ago)

Hey, I described this makeshift- terrarium before, but now I got somebody that was nice enough to post the pics for me, so let me know if everyone still thinks it's efficient to use as a terrarium. I actually bought it being sold in Wal-Mart as a mini-greenhouse for less than $10, but it is 19 & 1/2 inch long, 9 and a 1/2 inches high, & 8 inches wide. It's not solid glass obviously, it's plexi-glass, & gives a little bit meaning it's probably not 100% airtight, but on the box it was sold in, it specificlly said that it retains moisture, so does anyone think it would work? or am I just B.S'ing myself?








Any critisicm appreciated...(constructive)...Oh yeh!, & there is no solid bottom in the terrarium, it's just a little drip tray, but still supports items such as substrate cakes on jar lid upside down. Also, the lid raises up, being that it's attatched to the mini-greenhouse, whether or not that even matters. Thanks



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Re: Terrarium [Re: Cinopsilo]
    #2062688 - 11/01/03 02:52 PM (14 years, 7 months ago)

For growing mushies you just need some tubberware or storage bins(from walmart) as a mini grow room it would do good for cacti. Or starting off clones or seed.


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Re: Terrarium [Re: Cinopsilo]
    #2062953 - 11/01/03 05:16 PM (14 years, 7 months ago)

i have a few of them i use them for my small cacti
no way they are good for mushrooms


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