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Re: whats the best peat to use
LeeH920226 at aol_com wrote:
> In a message dated 8/1/2000 2:49:33 PM, huntley1 at home_com writes:
> << Lee's "Jiffy 703" designation is, I think, a thing of the past. >>
> Nope, it is still so labeled on a case of 1000 I bought less than a year ago.
I stand corrected, thanks.
> I know the smaller bags in K–mart have no such designation. I heard the other
> day the price of a case has gone up to about $70 from the $56 I paid. The
> Fluval type fibers are used by me as a refuge for the females that doesn't
> get removed except to shake out the females and eggs and then it is put back
> after collecting the eggs out of the bottom finer peat articles.
Hey Lee, even so, would you be kind enough to share with us what that Fluval
fibrous filter peat costs per pound (or perhaps as a percentage of the cost
of your pellets)? ;-)
Wright Huntley, Fremont CA, USA, 510 494-8679 huntleyone at home dot com
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