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Posted by Brock on March 18, 2003 at 10:58:40:

In Reply to: Re: Shredded Co-Co Husk posted by Derek Benson on March 18, 2003 at 09:42:26:

::I use shredded Co-Co Husk as my substrate and I like it a lot. It really keeps the humidity up in the tank for a longer time. Recently I have had mushrooms popping up out of the stuff (proving the humidity is good). Is this ok? I've been yanking them out. I ate one but nothing happened!! :)- just kidding!

::Has anyone elsy ever had this happen to them?

:Got something dying in the tank? Like a rottingmpiece of wood? Mushrooms feed off of dying wood and other material. Euither way, kind cool. Never had it happen, but I use bed-a-beast, but mostly mixed with sand and top soil.


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