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Panman wrote: ↑Wed Oct 27, 2021 1:39 pm Agreed with everything stated above. I generally put a layer of chopped sphagnum on top of the soil that I can tuck the plant into. It helps to keep the moisture in contact with the plant and doesn't dry out as easily as straight soil. I too use a humidity dome for the transplants. I generally remove it after 2 or 3 weeks.Thats interesting, i will probably try using the sphagnum moss I got from plants that were shipped to me... I've got almost no experience using sphagnum moss.
Sarracenia2004 wrote: ↑Wed Oct 27, 2021 2:20 pm Mini food processor for chopping sphagnum mossIf it's stupid and works, it isn't stupid.
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