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Offlinecrzytxn
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Scott's vs. Straight Verm?
    #863083 - 09/04/02 08:50 AM (15 years, 7 months ago)

In the past, I have crumbled my cakes, mixed with moistened vermiculite, and cased with a moistened verm layer. The results have not been too impressive (lots of small shrooms). I am now wanting to try the Scotts 3 in 1 compost, but my concern is that Im adding a chance for contams. and not improving my chances for higher yields. What has been your experiences with Scotts in relation to contaminants and yield?

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Re: Scott's vs. Straight Verm? [Re: crzytxn]
    #863086 - 09/04/02 08:52 AM (15 years, 7 months ago)

Your answer is common sense. Think about it Vermiculite has no nutrients.. Scotts 3 n 1 does.. What do you think will give more nutrients to your mushys? jeez lol


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Re: Scott's vs. Straight Verm? [Re: ]
    #863120 - 09/04/02 09:19 AM (15 years, 7 months ago)

Do you have a link to "Scotts 3 in 1 compost"? Do you think I could use 'Mircle-Growth' compost rather then Vermiculite?


Edited by JimBoB (09/04/02 09:24 AM)


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Re: Scott's vs. Straight Verm? [Re: JimBoB]
    #863163 - 09/04/02 09:42 AM (15 years, 7 months ago)

In reply to:

Do you have a link to "Scotts 3 in 1 compost"?



Try here.

In reply to:

Do you think I could use 'Mircle-Growth' compost rather then Vermiculite?



The compost is not used to replace vermiculite. It's not a soil amendment, rather, it's a bulk substrate. Read this section of the FAQ for more information concerning bulk substrates.

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