I have quite an infestation of earthworms, so once all my Sarrs go dormant, I'm re-bogging my bog. It's HUGE, let me tell you, @ approximately 100 gallons. Erm, probably plus some.
While I am at it, I'd like some input on what I should put in the soil. I would like to add more sand this time, more than 60%, if advisable. I also would like to find some things to add in to more closely replicate the soil found under wild Sarracenia and Dionaea. What kind of soil is out there? What's in it? CAN I replicate it? Should I?
I also need to pay very close attention to the bottom two feet (yes, TWO FEET) of soil. I currently have a simple 50/50 mix of sand & peat down there. Should I change it? To what? I think mostly sand ought to do it. Someone brought up the question about the soil going anoxic. Is that a problem, and how can I prevent it? Would adding lots of lava rock, pumice or perlite help?
What's in YOUR soil?
Any and ALL input is welcome, and appreciated!