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Re: coconut shavings

In a message dated 12/27/2002 11:31:36 AM Eastern Standard Time, narten@cs.duke.edu writes:

Maybe this is a FAQ type question, but why?

In the past (when I spent the time keeping the culture going) I had
fine results with potting soil.


  I find it easier to work with than potting soil. Not as messy and hold water better without becoming too compact. Also seems to not stick all over the worms as much as potting soil does. Whatever works for you is okay. The coconut bricks are fairly cheap and each brick makes enough for 4 or so good size shoe box cultures.


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