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  1. Sid crock
    30-05-2013 09:23 AM - permalink
    Sid crock
    I've bin going to shows for 20+ years in England & Holland. Hamm was 18 years ago.
    I still go to Germany & Holland once or twice year. The price's have gone up but you see herps you can only dream of here. Have you been to the rain forest before? Its hard work just walking, so i'm spending half hour on the bike a night & hope to get to 1 hour before we go. If you want to phone a any time my mobile is 07973302351.
    Dave
  2. Sid crock
    29-05-2013 01:51 PM - permalink
    Sid crock
    Looking forward to October? Are you going to Donny on the 22nd, I've got a school to do but trying to get out of it.
    Dave
  3. TonyGza
    26-02-2013 08:09 PM - permalink
    TonyGza
    Hiya, I've had no contact with you before but while researching my 1st interior build you seem to pop up everywhere with words of wisdom.

    Please could you tell me what (in your opinion) is the easiest method resulting in a good quality finish to coat a Kingspan type interior?

    I've read a lot of posts suggesting grout and then a variety of different paints and or varnishes so I'm a little overwhelmed. I'm doing a fairly simple rocky/desert scene for a Royal.

    Many thanks in advance, Tony.
  4. RSTfalconry
    20-12-2012 09:24 PM - permalink
    RSTfalconry
    Hello, you just commented on my post, regaurding a vivarium background, with what i described in that post in mind, what sort of cost would i be looking at for a custom background?

    Many thanks ross
  5. my_shed
    25-08-2012 12:35 AM - permalink
    my_shed
    Dude, its Mark D lol. Plantation soil is ok, but its not the best for planted vivs, i use a mix of organic compost and bark chips. You can add moss and all sorts of shite if you like, people do, but i've had no problems with just those two, it drains fast, gives good growth, looks natural, etc

    Looking forward to pics, its always good to get new people in the scene

    Dave
  6. ozikeri
    25-08-2012 12:16 AM - permalink
    ozikeri
    ps i looked for mike d and only guy i could fine had been inactive for a very long time
  7. ozikeri
    25-08-2012 12:08 AM - permalink
    ozikeri
    Thank you so much for your response. U really have helped me so much. As you probably know this will take time but soon as I have it sorted I will post pics. I am so excited. I yeh I checked out mist king but put me off due to no UK suppliers. I do know that it is number one for its quality. Thank you for your support.

    PS don't avoid giving advice as this is the reason the forum and I would never have taken this adventure without your help.

    One other thing have you had any experience with wxo terra plantation soil? I'm tempted to use this until I gain more confidence and knowledge
  8. ozikeri
    24-08-2012 09:30 PM - permalink
    ozikeri
    hi dave, you recently given me advice on which plants to get for my live vivarium which was fantastic and really informative. i just have a little concern that after some research a lot of the plants only need watering maybe once a week. how do you overcome over watering when keeping humidity up for my cresties?

    as i say im a total noob when coming tp plants especially when selecting and planting in a vivarium.

    is it because daily misting is a lot less intense on the plants than watering as you would normally do.

    i am saving up for a monsoon to deliver the spray on my plants, you recommend this as again im worried about over watering, also do you have any experience with this kit?

    one more question you recommend me leaving in the pots as a noob first to get the experience?

    i do apologise for meithering but i get overly enthusiastic when i set my mind to a new challenge and want to get it right.

    thanks again for your advice.

    oz

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  • About my_shed
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    Small world, small life
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    Launceston, Cornwall, UK
    Interests
    Drinkin, yappin, Xbox 360 and obviously herps
    Occupation
    Support worker
    Reptile & Exotic Pets
    Geoff, Rachel, Gerald, Noah, Jazz, Clyde, and Bodiccea to name but a few :)
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    Male
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