coco fiber

Steviemonty

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is coco fiber ok as a substrate for a 1 year old Russian? my substrate currently is more sandy than anything else, there are a few beech chips mixed in too. I know russians burrow mine does.. so I was just wondering about changing substrate. Also I have issues with humidity, and could changing to something different help with my humidity issue...? any advice on best substrate would be helpful please. thank you steviemonty
 

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The substrate is Fine, you won’t be able to have high humidity if it’s not in a closed chamber. Pouring water into the substrate helps getting the humidity levels up , but as I said you won’t be able to accomplish that without a closed chamber.
 

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The substrate is Fine, you won’t be able to have high humidity if it’s not in a closed chamber. Pouring water into the substrate helps getting the humidity levels up , but as I said you won’t be able to accomplish that without a closed chamber.
Ok thanks..I do dampen regularly and levels do go up but it is an open table
 
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