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    Turface trade

    Turface is hard, baked clay chips/granules...think cat litter. I've been using it as your would perlite but it has better water retention. Looking to see if anyone is interested trying it out as I have far more than I'll use. Trade is fine or just pay shipping and tell me the size USPS Priority box. PM if interested.

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    Is it like APS - Aquatic Plant Soil?

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    IIRC, Turface is the generic name of Schultz's product APS.
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    Hey buddy, any time you care to bring some down here you know I've got neat stuff to trade... Although I've been meaning to buy a big bale of Turface to have around anyways.
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    Turface is largely sold as soil conditioner for athletic fields and the like but is finding a wider audience w/ flora enthusiasts. It's reasonably priced for the 50lb bag if you can find a local vendor. I'm currently using it w/ Sarrs, Neps, and Helis.

    Joe, I'll keep some aside for you. I don't head down your way too often but next time I'll plan to swing by w/ a bag.

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