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Old 03-16-03, 03:44 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hova-Bator Question

I just got a Hova-Bator and in the instructions it tells me to "add worm water while the eggs are being turned."

I know the eggs wont be turned but should i add the warm water where it tells me to anyway??
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Old 03-16-03, 03:46 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Hovabator instuctions relate to bird eggs, you don't need to turn reptile eggs, but by pouring water into the wells in the bottom you'll be able to keep the relative humidity up so that your eggs don't dry out.
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So i should still add water were it tells me to???
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If you want, you might be able to keep up the humidity with just the incubation medium (moist vermiculite, perlite, or whatever you use)...if you need more humidity, then by all means pour some water in. Obviously, you'd want to put it in the wells the instructions indicate so it doesn't leak out of the incubator.
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