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Keeping temperature Low

Posted by dranomax (My Page) on
Mon, Oct 15, 07 at 13:24

I was wondering if there was a way to keep a terrariums temperature down but still maintain the humidity. I can't really think of anything that would work because if I keep put a fan on it or open the lid too wide the humidity dips to the thirties.

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RE: Keeping temperature Low

How about a glass jar with water and airstone / pump?

RE: Keeping temperature Low

Using frozen water bottles will drop the local temperature and produce condensation which will keep everything moist.

RE: Keeping temperature Low

Why is it that you want to keep the temperature down? is it for the dormancy period?

RE: Keeping temperature Low

What plant(s) are you tying to maintain?

RE: Keeping temperature Low

I'm keeping a Nepenthes Talangensis. I'm thinking that with the cooler temperatures of winter my bedroom might be cold enough to keep the tank cool, but I was just searching for any betters ways to maintain a consistant cold temperature.

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