I trusted someone else to water my Lowland neps when I was gone and they gave them wayyyy too much water. There was actual standing water in the bottom of the pot...about 2 inches. It was only saturated for about 24 hours. I removed as much excess as I could but the media is still pretty wet. It is a granted I am not going to water the plants to let them drink the excess water, I also increases the duration for me evacuation fan but can't go too much without causing a humidity drop in the terrarium.
I am returning home in a few. I am contemplating digging a small hole into the media and inserting a piece of dry sponge to try to absorb some of the excess moisture from the media. Will this be effective at all?
so in reaction I am:
increasing evac fan duration
not watering plants
inserting dry sponge into media
also given the short amount of time the plants were exposed, I do not anticipate them being affected at all and do not think the duration of saturation is enough to cause root rot. Is this accurate?