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    Question I am wondering the peat moss peat moss was used for carnivorous plants?

    I am wondering the peat moss peat moss was used for carnivorous plants?
    Pete Moss'll send the picture, please give me guidance.


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    http://www.terracult.com/substrates/...f-horticulture

    Looks ok for use with most Carnivorous Plants to me.

    The coarse green may be better but may not be available to the consumer.
    http://www.terracult.com/peat-produc...green-sod-peat

    You may want to check with some of the other German growers as a different grading system is used than the US for the different qualities of peat moss. I seem to recall that black peat moss was very high quality (or was it the other way around)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Not a Number View Post
    http://www.terracult.com/substrates/...f-horticulture

    Looks ok for use with most Carnivorous Plants to me.

    The coarse green may be better but may not be available to the consumer.
    http://www.terracult.com/peat-produc...green-sod-peat

    You may want to check with some of the other German growers as a different grading system is used than the US for the different qualities of peat moss. I seem to recall that black peat moss was very high quality (or was it the other way around)
    This product can not be used for carnivorous plants? If we use the plants will die?

    http://www.terracult.com/substrates/...f-horticulture

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    What does the ingredient list say, and from where was this peat moss collected?
    What store was it bought?

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    Some of the "blue" mixtures look fertilized which is generally not a good idea with CPs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NemJones View Post
    What does the ingredient list say, and from where was this peat moss collected?
    What store was it bought?
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    Last edited by sunyboy; 03-02-2015 at 02:25 PM.

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    That one specifically looks fertilized way too much for my liking. I would personally go with something in the "green" line link that Not a Number posted.
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