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Invisiblepaddoholland
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Ecuador on gras seed/dung/vermiculite??
    #327606 - 05/28/01 04:33 AM (16 years, 1 month ago)

Because of the fact that my pan Trop culture was contaminated, I was forced to use my gras seed/dung/vermiculite for an other strain. This is ecuador. How does it grow on this mix?
Someone said 2 me they would grow larger, why?
I will post pics and results soon!

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Re: Ecuador on gras seed/dung/vermiculite?? [Re: paddoholland]
    #327618 - 05/28/01 04:57 AM (16 years, 1 month ago)

Cubies are dung lovers. The closer you get your conditions to a natural growing environment, the closer you will be to the full growing potential.

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Re: Ecuador on gras seed/dung/vermiculite?? [Re: hatter]
    #327671 - 05/28/01 08:19 AM (16 years, 1 month ago)

I hope so, I have prepared 2 bags each with 2 pints of substrate containing:
0.5 dung
0.5 vermiculite
0.6 gras seed
1/2 pint colonised rye
These 2 bags are (when fully colonised) gonna be emptied in a terrarium normally used to deposit 5 one pint trays, so I have a nice layer of substrate. I'm casing it with peat/verm/lime.
Hope 2 have one big batch of big ecu flushes!


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