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    drained vs. undrained

    just like the title, drained vs undrained

    thanks

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    A false bottom is very simple to make and will keep nutrients/minerals from building up.

    Greenhouse style is easiest but now the prettiest Currently I've got a 10 gallon classic for pings, dews and utrics and a couple of cephs and a 75 gallon with mostly drosera and orchids.

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    Yeah you can just use an eggcrate (the type that covers florescent lights in grocery stores), and place an object under it to create an inch or two of space.. But it is hard to see what your asking. What kind of terrarium are you making? It is so much easier to just put pots in there instead of a bunch of dirt.

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    you definitly should have some sort of drainage in a terrarium. But like the last post it's hard to say what you should do with out more info

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