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    Hey guys,

    Just wanted to warn you about peat moss from lowes. The brand is premier, comes in a green and white bag. It killed almost all of my worms this spring. Worm farmers and hobby growers across the nation have reported similar results with this stuff.

    Do not get this stuff anywhere near your worm beds.
    Commercial worm farmer, but presently sold out until further notice.

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    Doesn't sounds like I would want it near my plants either. Thanks for the warning
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    Quote Originally Posted by DockShootinJack View Post
    Doesn't sounds like I would want it near my plants either. Thanks for the warning
    X2!


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    Wow! Not good!

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    But it works great feeding the microbes in our composting toilet .

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    Tried to find peat moss this morning that brand is all I could find

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    I quit using peat moss for anything, because we are harvesting it faster than Mother Nature can replace what we take. I use coir (shredded coconut fiber) instead.

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