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By Carnies
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Amazin! Where'd you get that sphag for that cheap?
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By MikeB
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Carnies wrote: Tue Jun 08, 2021 3:50 pm Amazin! Where'd you get that sphag for that cheap?
Maybe this?

SuperMoss (22330) Orchid Sphagnum Moss Dried, Natural, 2.4lbs Small Bale
$24.99
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00BR1B1H2

The bag says "504 cu in / 8L" and "Expands to 10 times its volume". I'm working my way through a bag of it right now. It isn't as nice as Spagmoss, but it's decent. If you're picky (like me), you'll have to fish out some bits of twigs and roots from the moss.
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By Carnies
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Alright, thanks!
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By Adrien
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These photos are from today, October 3rd 2021.

Unfortunately I have lost both “Blood Moon” cultivars grown in sphagnum, my fault. I missed a watering for both Sphag and peat and those two clones passed.
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By davinstewart
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Plants should be about ready to go into dormancy now. How'd things turn out?
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By Adrien
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davinstewart wrote: Wed Oct 13, 2021 6:15 pm Plants should be about ready to go into dormancy now. How'd things turn out?
I already put out and update on oct 3rd. Sphagnum clearly won imo
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By Carnies
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Yea i recently switched over to sphagnum, my plants are loving it!
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Adrien wrote:I already put out and update on oct 3rd. Sphagnum clearly won imo
Whoops! Not sure how I missed that. Thank you!
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I use Chilean Sphagnum moss and I usually seem to receive plants ordered online in perlite peat moss mix once I repot em they clearly get better overall.
Go Long fiber Sphagnum moss
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