i know there has been quite a few posts about white fuzzy mold on the peat moss but im still having problems so if you could bear with me and hopefully help me id be very grateful:
i first orderd a sundew, red dragon, and a green dragon they wound up getting that unholy white fuzzy stuff on the peat, i found out it was due to the lid on my terrarium so i removed it and treated my plants it went away [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/smile.gif[/img]. so i ordered a common VFT, i treated it and put it in with the others, with in a few days it grew the mold, i treated it a dozen times in 2 weeks, and it kept comming back. then i did a total soil transplant, and with in a few days it came back again. it ended up taking over the peat moss and i had to plant it out side where it died. now i ordered a dente (i got 3 insted of 2, thanks guys) and it to is getting that mold. and it wont go away even when i treat it with Bonomyle.
my questions are:
1. how can only one plant in the same enviroment as 4 others be the only one with soil mold.
2.whats a good fungicide the WILL destroy this stuff?
3.since my first 4 were perfect and still are mold free, is it possible the mold is comming from **********?
this is my setup:
5 plants in a 10 gallon aquarium, 2 24inch 20 watt grow lights for 15 hours a day. temp is 76 at night and around 82-83 during the day. the humidity varies but is around 45% during the day and 50%-55% at night the terrarium does not have a lid but i put on aluminum foil reflectors that hang from the shop light to about 3\4 of an inch above the terrarium on both sides (front and back) with the left and right sides open.
there is a fan circulating air in my room all night and a good part of the day.
i dont know why i cant get rid of it or whats causing it but any info that helps me banish this stuff will be a blessing.