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    OOh OOH, I know about this. The two plants I had on my windowsill last year (N. bongso x maxima, and N. sanguinea). I liberally used superthrive on them every 3 weeks. When I unpotted them (the stems were almost two feet long with 5" pots), the plants were rediculously root bound. Half the sphagnum seemed like it was roots! I never did get to repot those two...

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    I was able to find superthrive at my local Lowe's store. Might be that ST is a local company [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html312/non-cgi/emoticons/tounge.gif[/img]
    A flytrap ate my homework!
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    I have found Superthrive at Home Depot.

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    I'll check it out tomorrow, at work.

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    Personally Im a fan of Nitrozime which is simmilar to Superthrive.
    You can get either one at any Hydroponic supply house.
    Peace

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