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Old 04-16-04, 05:11 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Get some vermiculite from your local garden centre. Mix a batch with water, grabs handfuls and squeeze out as much water as you can (until it forms a clump). Get any container and place this "squeeze dried" vermiculite in it. About an inch and a half or so in depth. Half bury the eggs in it. Close lid and leave on highest shelf or cupboard in house. Check occasionally to see if eggs are dimpling (add water) or getting too wet (wipe excess moisture of the inner side of lid). To go a step further, get a digital thermometer ($11-15 from WalMart) and place the probe end into the box. As long as the temps don't go much lower than 67F you're pretty safe. Corn eggs have been hatched at that temps. Better cooler than too warm. Good luck!
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