Im moving to a terrarium setup here in the next week because quite frankly my humidity inside my house is absolutely terrible. Probably something akin to a 20 gallon (Since I only have a 2 foot long light). (BTW Any tips on how high the light should be in a terrarium? right now they are about 8 inches).
Anyways, the humidity is terrible inside my house, and fluctuates quite a bit (Jumps from 35 to 49) and this isn't even winter yet!.
But with some declining of my spatula, and poor humidity I was thinking of making the jump to 100% LFS. I need to repot my capensis anyways as it's getting crowded and I was wanting to order a D.Adelae and possibly D.Filiformis.
Is this a bad move? I want to get some LIVE Spagnum going eventually, but use it more as a top dressing for established plants (Not for seeds which they might overwhelm).
I guess my main concern is dealing with water, Within a terrarium I know the humidity will make them much more moist, in that case should I maybe not use a tray method?