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Whazzup people,i got a question to all advanced growers.In my country (TURKEY) vermiculate is hard to find almost impossible.I have talked to a couple of mineral rock companies and they say that i can use Pumice instead of vermiculate..What do you think about that?What would you do if you can not find Vermiculate???I wanna grow too..=))
Pumice is closely related to perlite in it's characteristics.I don't think it would work as a vermiculite substitute. These formula come from the mushroom cultivator.I have used them in the past with success. 4 parts peat moss 1 part limestone flour 1/2 part limestone grit 2-2 1/4 parts water
2 parts peat moss 1 part chalk or marl 1-1 1/4 parts water
If all else fails someone here at the shroomery could mail a bag,the stuff doesn't weigh much.
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