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    Quote Originally Posted by vdub804 View Post
    got my moss in yesterday everything looks good too I wish I would've found some dews in my batches however I still have one more bag to go through tomorrow
    there is almost no way that you could not find Dews in there. You need to pull it all apart and inspect it.
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    I always get them showing up in my nep pots. The unseen drosera seeds in the LFS tend to germinate under the lights..

    Here's that pic again of what is in this LFS, will help you to train your eye on finding the dews!

    Last edited by mass; 05-18-2013 at 09:45 AM.

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    Starting to go fast.. get it while I got it.

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    This sphagnum moss looks absolutely gorgeous.......... Just curious though, should one have reservations on bringing in an outdoor source of sphagnum and placing it in an indoor garden? Are you doing some type of flush before placing the material within your garden? just wondering............ THANKS

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    I actually made a point of bringing this same thing up in post #15..

    "2. Keep in mind this is all wild collected LFS. So the presence of bugs and insects is probably a given. Be sure to take precautionary measures before use. Personally, I submerge the LFS in a bucket of water for a few hours. That usually does the trick.. "

    I've seen ants, spiders, pill bugs, etc.. But the LFS being underwater for a few hours flushes these things out, and in a hurry. I've been using this wild collected LFS on my indoor pots for years. As long as the precautionary measures are taken, I've yet to have any sort of bug related problems indoors.

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    It also gives you a chance to pick out all the DEWS!!!
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    Would you be willing to trade a gallon for a blooming size devision of Bulbophyllum Vaginatum with 12 bulbs?

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    All trade matters should be handled in private. But I can give an easy answer to this one.. CP's only please.

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