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Re: Perlite bottom of terrium?
    #290079 - 04/10/01 10:27 PM (16 years, 22 days ago)

WOW... Now i like the clay pot theory, havent heard anything like it before.Im figuring i can get these from any planting store. i will def. try this and see what happens.Another question i had was about the size of the jars.The pf tek says to use half pint (double the dose for whole pint)Ive aready got whole pint jars from another tek. But dont care if i have to go buy some half pint jars for $7.00. Which should i use for the double chamber tek?
Thankyou for your help :)



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Re: Perlite bottom of terrium? [Re: CRASHBANDIT]
    #290116 - 04/10/01 10:34 PM (16 years, 22 days ago)

well I had pint jars laying around so I used those. 1/2 is better just as mmgg says because if it gets contam's you don't waste as much substrate. But I have many friends counting on my high yield so i'm using pint jars. I would advise to spend the $7.00. if its for personal use, its worth it. if you sell to people, you make up the money in no time.

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Re: Perlite bottom of terrium?
    #290120 - 04/10/01 10:38 PM (16 years, 22 days ago)

what would work, 1/2 pints or clay pots? maybe I should write a clay pot tek if none exists

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