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RE: Coconut bark as a substrate

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Posted by: takydromus at Wed Aug 17 21:21:25 2005  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by takydromus ]  
   

Lisa: Thank you for that information. Could you also tell me:
1. How long do leave it before changing it?
2. When I mist, some of that easily reaches the bark but I notice that it does not turn to a darker shade. Do I want it wet or only slightly moist on the top?
3. Because of severe allergy problems, our air conditioner runs a lot. Therefore it is hard to keep the humidity up for these gold dusts. Should I cover some or all of the top where there are no lights? I do have a small water falls in this terrarium.

Thank you for your help,
John


   

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