I have a 5 month old veiled and do daily mistings. I buy most of my plants from a local nursery who uses organic soil and they seem to do great with all the moisture, but I have one pothos I have had for about a year and I just used normal potting soil for. I do my misting with one of those bottles you pump up before using so I get a pretty good misting on the whole cage, but I tend to go a little heavy on the pothos because it has the largest leaves of any plants in my enclosure, so I figured it’s more likely to catch drinking water for the cham. Recently though, I noticed the leaves drooping and it seems to have gotten root rot, so i took it out and threw it out. I’m planning on getting another one because I love the look and feel like they help fill out the cage, but this isn’t the first time I’ve had problems overwatering them. Over the past year I’ve had 2 others outside of my enclosure get root rot and fungus gnats, so i feel like they’re especially susceptible to overwatering. Does anyone know a soil mix I could use that would be good for a pothos in heavy watering and high humidity? Or any tips on how to avoid this in the future? I have a Boston fern, dwarf umbrella tree, Swiss cheese plant, and a wandering Jew which are all doing good so It’s not like I’m overwatering a ridiculous amount. Any help is appreciated.