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InvisibleThe_Mad_Hatter
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Supply Probs, need help
    #763847 - 07/21/02 06:41 AM (18 years, 9 months ago)

I am having a difficult time finding vermiculite. I used up all my Shultz vermic. and now I am forced to look for other brands because for some reason nobody can get Shultz. The problem is the other brands I have found are too fine and would never work for PF tek. Any help on specific brands or online sources of good vermiculite would be appreciated.


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Re: Supply Probs, need help [Re: The_Mad_Hatter]
    #763851 - 07/21/02 06:44 AM (18 years, 9 months ago)

I have 'Persell's Sta-Green' brand Vermiculite. I got it from LOWES. If you have a lowes near you, they should almost deffinately have it. If not, then I guess you're SOL.


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Re: Supply Probs, need help [Re: The_Mad_Hatter]
    #763856 - 07/21/02 06:46 AM (18 years, 9 months ago)

http://www.fungifun.org/pf/pf_en.htm#zubereitung

Any verm should work, its only real function is to hold moisture.


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Re: Supply Probs, need help [Re: The_Mad_Hatter]
    #763876 - 07/21/02 06:56 AM (18 years, 9 months ago)

if you've already done pf a few times, try some whole rye. you don't need verm. I bought a 4cubic foot bag of the stuff, used a little, and moved on to rye.


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