hey mark, ive never kept a t.blondi so cant really help with your questions there, but can ofer a suggestion on keeping the substrate wet. although a lot of people mist to keep the humidity up, it really isnt very effective. it will bring the humidty up but only for a very short period of time. to keep your substrate wet i would use vermiculite 50/50 with peat moss. mix it up then wet it down to where when you squeeze it in your fist it will hold its shape but you cant squeeze any water out of it. vermiculite will hold moisture for something like 100 years.Originally posted by Bjorgly
also, how do you keep the substrate wet? do you mist the top of it or do you pour water on it?