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Old 30th July 2009   #30
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Default Re: Terrestrial Substrates: what do you use?

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Originally Posted by Jennewt View Post
The needs of each species vary. However, I've never felt the need to keep any of my terrestrial setups so wet that they needed drainage. I regulate the moisture level by adding water only on one side, and striving to keep one side wet, the other side semi-dry. Coco fiber retains so much moisture that I only have to add water to the setups every few weeks. Often, what I spill when changing the water dish is enough without adding any more.
Ditto - I have the same experience.
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