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    i was wondering how i could get my ping (not sure what kind yet) to thrive in 20% humidity, so it dows not have to be in the terrarium. right now it is at 75%ish. do i jut slowly bring the humidity down, or what.?

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    It's been one of dem days BigCarnivourKid's Avatar
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    Yeah, you need to adjust it to the lower humidity slowly or it could go into shock. Just take your time. The longer you take the less likely the plant will be to go into shock or stress. I got the impression from your post that it is in a terrarium now and you want to take it out. If that's the case, just opening the cover a little bit at a time over a period of a couple weeks will get it adjusted to a lower humidity.
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    Gradual acclimation is the best way to go with everything - light, temps, humidity....

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    thanks alot guys

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