If I see some mold...

JMoran1097

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will just scraping it off the substrate or log do the trick? So far, I've only encountered mild mold so I've scraped it off and reduced the humidity.
 

Brian S

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If you let the substrate dry out between watering you probably wont encounter mold very often. If you have a sp that needs to stay moist all the time, you can turn loose some Isopods in the tank. I do that with all my moist species.
 

cheetah13mo

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It'll work if you get it all but you need to keep your eye on it and see if anything else pops up. Remove it if it does otherwise, in a couple of days goes by and nothing pops up then you know you got it all.
 

spid142

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scrape

Scrape out the mold and let the substrate dry out more. Ts can have a little mold and just scrape it out, but if a lot of it starts growing, you need to change to a new container with substrate kept drier.
 
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