Hi I got some Aquarium gravel compost and a bag of LFS when I germinate a few San Pedro seeds can I use this stuff ti turn a fishbowl into a Cactus Terrarium? How would you make the terrarium? keep in mind I cannot get my hands on activated charcoal anywhere I looked for it. There is no pic cause its still a seed.
Cacti are a huge family of plants. Very varied requirements. All need a very airy, well draining soil. No glass bowls. A mineral rich, non-soil mixture, using compost or earthworm compost. The more hard-core the "cactus-ness", the more mineral component. Avoid soil that is moist for more than a few hours, especially if it is cool.
I heard I can make a terrarium for a cactus if I take precautions. but was told it may smell after a while and to use a layer of charcoal to prevent a smell my question is, Is there a cheaper or substitution I can use if I cannot afford a bag of charcoal for just 1 cactus terrarium?
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