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To use a small aquarium air pump or not? A friend of mine has a styrophoam container, of which she plans to use to fruit her mushrooms. The mushrooms will be cased, and placed into the terranium. At this point in time, the terranium is not being humidified by the air pump, just letting the casings grow.
Now that you understand my friends situation, you can better help her define the correct route to go in regards to her terranium construction.
The container is roughly 33''x44'' and about 20'' tall in height.
Her idea was to simply drill a small hole in the styrophoam container, insert a small hose and place the hose into a 1/2 Pint mason jar, filled with Water and H202, to a ratio of 3:1 water.
And maybe place a lid over the 1/2 Pint mason jar to limit the splashing.
Is this idea too crazy, or shall she go with something else?
The idea here is to build something so that the terranium is being fed fresh air constantly without the hassle and danger of fanning it daily. She wants sterile air in her fruiting chamber...
Tell me what you think of this so I can get the info to her. Thank you once again.
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