My only option now is to try using Klassmann TS3 anyone have used this and did you do any preparation before using it?
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Chemical components: Sphagnum Peat Moss with Lime and mineral NPK fertilizer, wetting agentThis peat moss is not usable with carnivorous plants due to the added lime and fertilizer.
MikeB wrote:Klasmann TS2/TS3Thank you egen if you soak them in watee ro dissolve them its still unuseable? Probably thats why.
https://www.urbangardeningmom.com/produ ... -peat-mossChemical components: Sphagnum Peat Moss with Lime and mineral NPK fertilizer, wetting agentThis peat moss is not usable with carnivorous plants due to the added lime and fertilizer.
MikeB wrote:It is difficult to wash off the minerals and fertilizers. This is the same problem that we have in the United States with Miracle-Gro peat moss and perlite.Been on their site the Lithuanian Peat moss does not have the fertilizer. When I first started the hobby I used ts3 but the plants died like mushy stuff. I even tried to rinse and soaled it for days before using. Just ordered ts3 to try it again but decided if someone uses the ts3 here as I dont want some of my new akai ryu and b52 to die off.
Does Klasmann sell any plain peat moss?
Nice!! you can do this with Pinguiculas too right?
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