100% natural substrate ideal for humidity-loving reptiles
Stimulates natural digging & burrowing behavior
Can be used as a nutritional planting soil for live terrarium setups
Provide 100% natural terrarium substrate for frogs, salamanders, and other humidity-loving reptiles and amphibians. Made from compressed coconut husk from the plantations of tropical Asia, extremely absorbent plantation soil can be used as bedding, an incubation medium or planting substrate, and is naturally bacterial and fungal resistant. Plantation Soil can even be used as a nutritional planting soil for live plants in a terrarium setup. Ideal for increasing humidity in the home terrarium and totally safe for burrowing or digging animals. Available in space-saving compressed 8 qt Bricks.
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Eco-friendly products support your efforts to care for your terrarium with a "green" approach letting you take care of your reptiles while taking care of our planet, too.
How to Prepare the 8qt Brick: Place the brick in a 2.6-gallon bucket and add 100 fl oz water. Let it soak for about 30 minutes until it completely absorbs the water. Stir the substrate to ensure that no clumps remain and that the substrate is ready to use.
Directions for Use: Spread a 1-2" layer of Exo Terra Plantation Soil on the terrarium floor (up to 4" when used for burrowing animals or as planting soil). Water or mist the substrate according to the humidity level required and use an Exo Terra Hygrometer (#13367) to monitor the humidity level.
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