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    Here in Georgia, I've only ever seen one brand at the big box stores like Lowes or Home Depot. Schultz's Profile. I think they sell it in much larger quantities as a yard amendment and call it Turface.

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    long fiber sphagnums? can you even do that? 100% lfs in a pot o_o.... sounds... crispy and gooey..

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    Quote Originally Posted by upper View Post
    long fiber sphagnums? can you even do that? 100% lfs in a pot o_o.... sounds... crispy and gooey..
    its pretty much the single most common CP media ever..
    yes, you can do that!

    it is not crispy or gooey..
    im not sure what you are thinking of, but if its crispy or gooey, it is not LFS..

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    well, i think i had LFS before... it dried up and turned white yellowish and when i touched it it was crispy and it comes out like chicken pieces. and when i washed it it turned spongy gooeyish

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    sounds like it started to break down... just keep it moist, it might come back to life, then its really cool looking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by upper View Post
    well, i think i had LFS before... it dried up and turned white yellowish and when i touched it it was crispy and it comes out like chicken pieces. and when i washed it it turned spongy gooeyish
    Sounds like it was dry. When used with CP's it should never dry up. It will always be at least a little damp and therefor soft. Not sure why it turned gooeyish.

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    Today i saw this seeding mix, and i have no idea if i can use that.
    its 4$ and its HUGE. its 48-52% sphagnums peat moss, and 48-52% vermiculite and lime for PH.
    i also bought water that says processed by ozone ,advance filtration, and reverse osmosis technology. dont know if i can use those stuff or not.
    and i found perlite.... the bag just says perlite.... its just a bunch of super light white rock thing, kinda crispy.... dont know if it has anything in it.
    i also got a free SUPERTHRIVE, but i dont know what to use it for, i remember reading somewhere about superthrive for CP, but i dont know anything.
    all i remember is that Peter D'Amato or somewhere around that uses it.

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    Lime is bad.

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