bedabeast question

Roger

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about how hot does the water have to be when i add it?

boiling? or just hot water from sink?
 

Midwest Art

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bedabeast

Hot or cold water. Hot water soaks faster. Bed a beast environments can be more prone to grow mold/fungus. I switched over to Peat Moss/Vermic.

N-Joy
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atavuss

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Re: bedabeast

Originally posted by Midwest Art
Hot or cold water. Hot water soaks faster. Bed a beast environments can be more prone to grow mold/fungus. I switched over to Peat Moss/Vermic.

N-Joy
Art
I seem to have had better luck with forest bed than bed a beast for growing less mold/fungus, mushrooms, etc.
Ed
 

Mojo Jojo

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Re: Re: bedabeast

Originally posted by atavuss
I seem to have had better luck with forest bed than bed a beast for growing less mold/fungus, mushrooms, etc.
Ed
Me too. But I'm still not going to take a chance with it anymore. I have gone the peat/vermiculite route.

Bd
 

Rich

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Ratio???

What is the ratio of vermiculite you are using to peat moss?
 
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