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i don't see any reason why they wouldn't grow in the forest. still plenty of light, etc. they are most commonly found in open fields because that is where cows shit. cows don't shit in the forest- but, i suspect, if they did, you would probably find p. cubes.
also, in the setup i described above- there should be a few holes drilled into two opposite sides of the plastic bin. then cover these holes with screen. just duct tape screen over the holes. this will allow for nice air exchange, but it will still keep the bugs out. there are worries about moles, squirrels, mice, etc who will try and dig things up- but because the plywood is there- they would not be able to get at the casing buy burrowing down and then trying to get at it from underneathe.
i really need some feedback about this. will this work well? is it just impossible to keep grain spawn safe? do you have to use dung?
going to use grain (not dung)- wondering if it would better to just dig a hole and put the terrarium (clear plastic storage bin) in the hole. just have wet perlite, then moist 50/50+, then substrate, then more moist 50/50+. have air holes with screens to allow air exchange. this way the terrarium will be sealed and you wouldn't have to worry about bugs and slugs and stuff. is there any reason it couldn't be done like this instead of the way described in the first post?
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