Location: Merritt Island, Florida
Joined: Tue May 05, 2020 2:49 am
Typically, I don't really care about moss growth in my pots, sometimes it even enhances the look, imo.
However, I've recently started to pot things on a more "grand" scale with entire 1020 trays packed with soil media, bog style. I use these trays for propagations and would rather not have moss growing
in them if it can be helped. It sits in very humid conditions so I'm sure it's unavoidable but I'm looking
to keep it from covering the entire tray as it is wont to do already.
So, other than continuously rinsing or keeping them outside to get rained on for a while, what are some ways you guys sterilize your peat and how do you go about it? Points for efficiency and length
of time. I'm an impatient person with this kinda thing, which is why I settled for the moss in the first place