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By evenwind
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I'm not familiar with that particular brand, but I've been using Chilean/Andes moss for a while now and I like it a lot.
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By Carnies
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Ok thanks, I'll try it out!
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By MikeB
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Let us know what you think of that moss. When I need a bunch of dried sphagnum, I get the big bag of SuperMoss. It costs $5 less than the moss you found, but I have to pick out some twigs and roots. If this Chilean moss is relatively clean, I'd like to give it a try.
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By evenwind
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My major problem with SuperMoss is knowing what it actually is. When SpagMoss was hard to come by and was full of sticks and leaves when you could get it, I went looking for alternatives. I got in contact with the folks at SuperMoss, asking if it was Chilean. After several conversations, they point blank said they weren't going to tell me. That was a pretty big red flag, so I kept looking. I've been using 3A Peruvian moss from Andesmoss on Ebay and I'm really happy with it. The stuff Carnies found looks pretty good, too.

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