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    Thanks much for the replies!
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    This looks like a fair deal...

    NZ Sphagnum

    and I have bought from these guys...

    more NZ Sphagnum.
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    I have a hard time telling NZ from Chilean sphagnum moss. As as example, I bought a 2 cu ft bale of sphagnum that I thought was NZ (from looks and not from actually reading the bag) and its actually a Chilean sphagnum.

    I can get three types of sphagnum moss in my area. New Zealand, Chilean, and Wisconsin.
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    Here is the link to OFE. Calwest has good stuff Dyflam but alittle more expensive from my experience and shipping is further for me which cost more too. OFE also carries the 5kilo bale which is nice.

    OFE website is kind of crude though.. best to do a search for sphagnum to find it. OFE

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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (NickHubbell @ Jan. 20 2004,08:41)]I have a hard time telling NZ from Chilean sphagnum moss. As as example, I bought a 2 cu ft bale of sphagnum that I thought was NZ (from looks and not from actually reading the bag) and its actually a Chilean sphagnum.

    I can get three types of sphagnum moss in my area. New Zealand, Chilean, and Wisconsin.
    Wisconsin? ROFL! How weird is that. I guess it makes sences, just Canadian moss cross the border, but still, it's funny to here the lable. It like when I found an old old bag of it at my grandmas that was from MI (we don't have any legal sphagnum farms here any more that I know of).
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