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    To much humidity

    Anyone recommend a substrate that doesn't hold humidity? My tubs in my rack have very high humidity have holes down both sides and still drenched inside currently using cypress mulch

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    Dry out the cypress mulch. I have a large tub I keep full of cypress mulch. I use Forest Floor which comes very damp. I put it in the large tub and stir it every few days to let it dry out.
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