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i put the same amount of everything. now i have never killed a plant, but again i have never used rooting horomone. My mix looks like concentrated miracle grow potting soil. Cut hyacinth, goldflame and clematis for this.
I have used a equal amount of everything. Looks like concentrated common potting soil. I'll see what will happen. With my luck, nothing c:
perlite and vermiculite are considered non-renewable resources. Check out
http://homeguides.sfgate.com/alternatives-vermiculite-perlite-43502.html. They suggest ground pine bark or ground cocanut shells as a replacement for vermiculite. To replace perlite they suggest styrofoam, parboiled rice hulls or sand.
hey guys...I just wanted to ask about substitutes...we don't have pumice or pelite in our country...can anyone please tell me the next best thing ?
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