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Old 08-05-2013, 09:42 AM
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Originally Posted by Meefloaf View Post
cheers man, any advice on the best soil mix ?
lol as above, i just use compost and twigs.

Compost is cheap and twigs are free lol.


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I used compost from wicks added some leaf litter and wood chips you use for a bbq which is food for the woodlice and springtails as is the leaf litter
with for the hydroballs which I did not use
I used pea shingle instead £1.99 a bag from wicks I bag did my 90x45x45 exo terra terrarium finished it all of with dry leaves on top
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