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    Wow...so there's actually a commercial use for rust? Interesting!
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    its also a good oxidizer to mix with a little aluminum powder, contained it makes a nice IED

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    I'm getting it at home depot. Any problems with the stuff they sell.

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    J,

    you will probably find an assortment, some dyed... some not, some bark only, some not..

    personally, I prefer the bark only.. but I dont know if it really matters. I always assumed that the cypressene content would be higher in the bark.

    The bark only is usually labeled as "premium"

    Ive tried to find a reference where a comparison had been made but havent had any luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phissionkorps View Post
    Wow...so there's actually a commercial use for rust? Interesting!


    ........and rust never sleeps PK...

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    I heard that the stringy part of the bark is good for seedlings and can be used as sort of a peat substitute. Never tried it myself though.
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    Personally, I like to use for my helis and neps. Tonight I planted my new B. reducta in nothing but cypress bark



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    Home depot.com has it where it says cypress mulch blend. Good to go?

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