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Heater/Humidity in Terrarium Question
    #4569540 - 08/23/05 08:05 AM (12 years, 2 days ago)

Hey guys!
Here where i need your help! (again lol)
Ive got my cakes in a terrarium now. With a bed of perlite.
I put them in yesterday and the humidity level was at 50. So i misted a little, and let sit.
This AM I am at a level of 90% or so.
Last night I bought an aquarium heater, but am wondering if i really need it.
(I havent installed ir yet)(also I cant finda any aquarium heater terrarium teks around here, anyone know of any)

Ive got condensation all over the sides of the tank, and all looks well. The temp in my house is always about 65-75F depending on the weather.

Im gonna be putting a light above it today,will this help out any with heat, maybe. :thumbup:
thanks guys!


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Re: Heater/Humidity in Terrarium Question [Re: dopeheaddave]
    #4569553 - 08/23/05 08:19 AM (12 years, 2 days ago)

Quote:

dopeheaddave said:
Last night I bought an aquarium heater, but am wondering if i really need it.





not needed for fruiting, it's great for incubation though

Quote:

Im gonna be putting a light above it today,will this help out any with heat




you want your temps in the low 70's, thats optimum for fruiting.


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Re: Heater/Humidity in Terrarium Question [Re: Prisoner#1]
    #4569568 - 08/23/05 08:30 AM (12 years, 2 days ago)

cool so room temperature is fine.
dont need the heater.
And the light is fine!

My cakes looks nice and I cant wait for them to start fruiting!


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