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Can compost be used for ANY Carnivorous plant?


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#1 Carnivorous-Owen

 
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Posted 21 July 2010 - 19:48 PM

- I'm told many of times that normal compost cannot be used for carnivorous plants however in the CPS book i got earlier this year it was on about planting Sarracenia in "compost" just wondering could this be done by normal compost? if not, what mix shall i do?

- Whats there difference between sphagnum moss and sphagnum peat?
- What types of fertalizers can you use on Carnivorous plants? Except for Giberellic Acid i dont know any?
- What do the following words mean
1. Propogation
2. Cultivation

I think thats about it for now if i think of any more questions i will add.
Thanks Guys
Owen