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I was just wondeing what the salvia growers out there think of the idea of rooting and starting salvia cuttings in a shroom style terrarium?
I live in a cold climate area (for winter at least, which it is right now) and my house can get down to like 6-7 degrees C at night (inside).
So I was thinking that a shroom terrarium (ie. tub inside a tub with water and fish tank heater - then moist perlite in the inner tub) could be a good idea for starting some salvia cuttings, providing warmth and humidity, and I can just chuck a fluoro tube above that for light.
Should this work out good or is there a problem with this design? How much air exchange would they need? And what is the ideal temp and humidity for young clones?
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