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Offlineiono
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Using an aquarium heater w/perlite
    #468869 - 11/25/01 03:06 AM (16 years, 4 months ago)

Is it possible to use an aquarium heater with perlite? Can i just put the heater on top of the perlite op glue it to the side of my terr? would it heat the air to a constant temp? if n e of u have tried it or have a guess post up. thnx


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Re: Using an aquarium heater w/perlite [Re: iono]
    #468876 - 11/25/01 03:14 AM (16 years, 4 months ago)

You might be better off just maintaing the temp inside the room at around 75F. That way you and your shrooms are cosy.


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Re: Using an aquarium heater w/perlite [Re: bassplayer74]
    #469601 - 11/25/01 11:04 PM (16 years, 4 months ago)

well that shouldnt b too hard. I need to get it up 2 about 84 tho when colonizing/casing. so i need an idea for that.


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Re: Using an aquarium heater w/perlite [Re: iono]
    #469606 - 11/25/01 11:17 PM (16 years, 4 months ago)

i wanted to know the same thing. i dont want to leave my heat on 75 degrees as it will get rather hot. i am also seeking info on regulating temp with a rock heater etc. hope we find out. Thanks


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Re: Using an aquarium heater w/perlite [Re: criminulmindid]
    #469610 - 11/25/01 11:21 PM (16 years, 4 months ago)

I have a closet with a light in it I leave on all the time. I put jar on top shelf. Stays about 80 to 85 degrees> Works great for me >Then moving them out into an open room is a sufficent temp drop>; P


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Re: Using an aquarium heater w/perlite [Re: farout]
    #469625 - 11/25/01 11:45 PM (16 years, 4 months ago)

good news. i just went downstairs and found a heating pad new in the box. wut are the chances. N e wayz. Im using my terrerium to incubate. theres no reason to have a separate container to incubate rite? tnx all


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    #469652 - 11/26/01 12:42 AM (16 years, 4 months ago)

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Re: Using an aquarium heater w/perlite [Re: iono]
    #469804 - 11/26/01 07:36 AM (16 years, 4 months ago)

It needs to be submerged, it would melt the glue.

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Re: Using an aquarium heater w/perlite [Re: a3d0a3m]
    #470308 - 11/26/01 07:50 PM (16 years, 4 months ago)

i need to heat my terrarium also it is a 30 gal fish/iguana tank. i have a heating pad but how would i use it to keep a closet and the terrarium 70-80 degrees F ... ? would i place the heating pad under my terrarium or just in the closet? someone help me.. thanks


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