Personally, I keep them sealed, and almost never open them besides when they're getting close to hatching to get a better look at them. You'll want to check them once a week for the first month in case any of them go bad (infertile), but between month 2 and 6, nothing really happens, and the more you mess with them, the more you're going to think something is wrong or bump them in the wrong way. Keeping them sealed will prevent fluctuations in humidity, temps, light, etc. Just weigh the entire container before sticking it into the closet, and weigh it randomly every once in a while.... If it's getting lighter, add just enough water to keep the weight the same. My containers don't lose weight at all, so I don't really bother weighing them unless I see eggs denting in (means they're dry). That almost never happens either.Tyler.....when you said ignore...........u mean just leave be...don't touch them, dont look at them or anything?? add in water when needed and thats it?
Cool........i love San Diego... I will try to get myself a job there and then move there.... I love the scenery!!