Caring For Your Corn Snake
After the female corn snake has laid her eggs, gently remove them from her egg laying box. Keep them in the same orientation as they were laid. Place them in an "incubation" container with a lid. This container should have moist substrate in it... vermiculite, perlite, peat moss etc. Hatch Rite is a "ready-to-use" product (perlite and water crystal product) that can be found at many pet stores or online.
Incubate the eggs until they hatch. The incubation to hatch time varies depending on the incubation temperature. It's recommended that corn snake eggs be incubated at 78-84 degrees F (recommended temperature is 82 degrees F). If they are incubated at 82 degrees, the eggs will take about 58-62 days to hatch.
The eggs can be incubated in a commercial incubator, but an incubator isn't necessarily needed. The container can be placed in a room that stays around the desired temperature... or some people find that placing them on top of the refridgerator works okay, too.