Monday, November 19, 2018

Reptile Egg Incubation Mediums

A brief review of some of the popular incubation mediums out there. Subscribe!

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6 Responses to “Reptile Egg Incubation Mediums”
  1. dfergus4 says:

    You bet, my friend! Its great, informative videos like yours that keep ME going! You should keep in touch…my e-mail is hdavidf916@yahoo.com

  2. YoungTierney says:

    @dfergus4 Its comment like your’s that keep me going! Thank you for the kind words man. The support really means a ton to me. 🙂

  3. dfergus4 says:

    Awesome video! Great way to educate those who are starting out incubating (and maybe some that have done it for a while), without being a “know it all” You seem very nice, very educated, and the fact that you explain the pros and cons of each product may seem easy enough, but I think it is super informative and give ya mad props on your vid. Thanks!

  4. YoungTierney says:

    @misschristina11 Its not like of you use 1 cup of vermiculite you should add in 1 cup of water. It means that you need to add the same weight of each one. So something like 50g of vermiculite needs to have 50g of water added to it. Or instead of getting all technical you can simply add water to the vermiculite until you can make a ball out of it, and when squeezed it stays together and releases barely any water. I hope that helps. 🙂

  5. misschristina11 says:

    what do you mean ratio 1:1? one cup of water for one cup of vermiculite?

  6. ReidHarris7 says:

    coool, im using hatchrite for my carpet pythons.