Saucers w/ gravel = better humidity?

Oxboy555(Las Vegas)August 21, 2013

You read about filing saucers with gravel, then filling with water to increase ambient humidity around the container.

Does it really make much of a difference or is it more a peace of mind thing?

Naturally we're assuming the pot bottom sits up on the gravel out of the sitting water.

Just wondering what you guys think.

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calistoga_al ca 15 usda 9

Yes it does help raise the humidity in the immediate area. You will have to keep adding water as it evaporates very fast in low humidity desert areas. Al

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