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Re: Hatching rates
Harry Specht wrote:
> ...Those plant spawners
> utilizing peat and drying will be a couple of weeks longer and can be termed
> ready to hatch when they are eyed up.
I've had real problems with them hatching in the peat (or just dying) if I
miss wetting them by a day or a few. Is it because I'm keeping the peat too
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