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Old 04-10-2013, 11:18 AM
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Default Re: is it a must for clay substrate for pumilio?

Originally Posted by SDRiding View Post
You didn't answer the question either Why wouldn't you use it?
The OP posted that they already had ABG as a substrate, I don't see a need to discard this and set up with clay instead, starting from scratch your choice. I personally now use a mix of tree fern fiber, fine shredded orchid bark and charcoal, all over a bed of sphagnum. Variety of feeders and leaf litter to me is more important than substrate if you don't consider leaf litter part of the substrate. I would also advocate a variety of leaves in the leaf litter.
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