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OfflinePhake_ld
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HUMIDITY
    #434115 - 10/23/01 11:27 AM (22 years, 4 months ago)

The humidity factor in my terrium will not exceed 75%. Is this a good humidity factor? If not, how can I increase the humidity factor?

Would weather sealant along the edged of the terrium keep more air in? Hence, raise the humidity factor? Please let me know!

is my terrium supposed to be a certain temperature too?

(I'm using a cool mist humidifier on two 30 gallon terriiums)


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Re: HUMIDITY [Re: Phake_ld]
    #434152 - 10/23/01 12:04 PM (22 years, 4 months ago)

You will have problems if you can't get your humidity level up.
75% is not good at all. Yuor aim should always be for 100%. After you reach that you have to learn how to control it.
Try that weather guard you mentioned....that might just do the trick :) I use a bubbler system that I designed.....never seen one better yet! I run my system for about 25-30 min. and wah-lah 98% reading, for a good 10 hr. as long as I keep my temps. consistance.
The temps all depend on what strain you will be using.
I assume that you will be using some kind of P.cubie strain...so with that in mind....temps at 84f is great for colo., and 75f for fruiting. Hope this helps.
Good Luck!


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