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RE: Digging in the dirt this morning

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Posted by: FR at Wed May 14 15:20:04 2014  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by FR ]  
   

Hi again, hmmmmmmmm you mentioned theories. They are not theories. Look it up. Theories are unproven ideas, etc. I have doing this deep nesting for almost 40 years, with many many species. So not a theory to me, just a theory to you. So please do not say franks theories. That indicates I did not do this. The truth, it never was a theory, I accidently stumbled on to this.

If you remember I stated the benefits right off. Nesting and dropping eggs right after shedding, maintaining great weight, individuals are not stressed and not requiring a recovery period, lowers the rate of egg binding to almost zero. hmmmmm unless the substrate is bone dry. etc. Again, congrats


   

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