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terriums made easy
    #2245616 - 01/16/04 08:20 AM (14 years, 3 months ago)

lol... well i have a question... instead of people getting 2 storage bins and filling the bottom up with water and putting in an aqurium heater and then putting perlite in the top one to add humidity why dont people get 1 storage bin put an aquarium heater with some water in it and put jars or something on the bottom of it for support so you juss put a tray on top of that... it will save you a storage bin and perlite... would standing water cause contams? im thinking add some peroxide and your set.... the heater would cause water to try to evaporate and that would mean a high number of water particles trying to go up...???? this is theory please feel free to post comment and suggestions  :thumbup: :thumbdown:


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Re: terriums made easy [Re: sensi]
    #2245689 - 01/16/04 09:42 AM (14 years, 3 months ago)

I had the same idea some time ago and made a post about this:
http://www.shroomery.org/forums/showflat...ev=#Post2102829
and also asked in this thread:
http://www.shroomery.org/forums/showflat...ev=#Post2185079

I think it would work fine. (Just add some drops of iodine or h2o2
(maybe pure 3% grade solution or diluted 3% 5-10 with water) for contamination issues.

My friend now uses a bit diffrent method, he filled the terrarium with geolite and water (half the level of geolite)
and put the aquariumheater into the water/geolite. That setup worked very well, and in addition
through turning the heater on or off, he has more control over humidity and temperature in the growbox.


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