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Re: [Killietalk] Incubation Info needed for austrolebiasGymnoventris
Hi Bobby, It's only leaves and fine stems no below ground Sphagnum moss.
It is milled(chopped up). Comes in a 2 bushel plastic bag(7 lbs.). I just
told Joe Bulterman about how I was supposed to put the zonatus in
rainwater sometime in February ( 5 1/2 months dry) but forgot about them
and found them on the June shelf( over 9 months dry). While this is
exactly what they were preaching in the 70's; I had a hunch it wasn't so
and when I questioned the "experts" they replied it was a biennial. The
answer to the question is; I have only one young pair breeding and some
others soon to be. I'm known for my impatience but somehow let the right
time for wetting slip right by.
This peat moss is so naturally antiseptic it was used as a wound
dressing during WW1. It certainly blows away the Canadian stuff sold at
almost all garden centers. Damp off is the girdling of the leader, coming
out the top of a newly germinated seed, by bacteria. One day you have a
healthy seedling and the next morning they are collapsed and dead. This
particular product hinders the production of the bacteria.
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