Hatch-Rite?

gixxer3420

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The members who have used this product can you let me know how you like it? I'm thinking about switching from vermiculite to hatch-rite. With hatch-rite do you really not add water to it? Thanks for your input.
 

Mel&Keith

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We like it. Watering depends on how you incubate. We use one container per female for the entire season so we have to add a couple of drops after the first few clutches. But for the most part you really don't have to add water. It feels pretty dry but there's actually quite a bit of moisture in it. You do have to make sure to seal the bag well or it will dry out though.
 

gixxer3420

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Thanks for the reply. I may try hatch-rite out in one of my incubators. I'm not having any problems with vermiculite but hatch-rite has caught my eye for some time now.
 
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Nigel4less

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Hatch-Rite is awesome stuff! Idiot-Proof :main_laugh:
 

snared99

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From what i undertand it is just perilite mixed with the cricket water crystals and a certain mix percentage. I havent had good time with the product.
 

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