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Posted by charm_paradise on April 26, 2003 at 17:08:27:
In Reply to: maintaining incubator moisture posted by vargas on April 26, 2003 at 13:02:53:
There is a good article in the March chameleon online E-zine. The link is http://www.chameleonnews.com/year2003/mar2003/eggs/egg_incubation.html
hope this helps!
:I have 32 Veiled eggs in an incubator. The Vermiculite is holding up okay moisture wise. It has the consistency of potting soil right out of the back - moist but not damp. It has only been a month though, so that can change. My question is: If I need to re moisturize the Vermiculite/Soil under the eggs, is it okay to lightly mist right over the top of the eggs to get the dirt wet or is there a better way to just get the soil wet and not have the eggs contact any water?
:Looking for a tried a true methods to do this - these are my first babies so I'm taking notes. :)