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Spagh cultivation

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This is our method of cultivation, just wet in a gravel tray, some outside some in the greenhouse.  Dont know what species we have or if they are all the same or not.  

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We seem to have two types, i have no idea what they are, a courser one and a finer one.

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We seem to have two types, i have no idea what they are, a courser one and a finer one.
How many different types of sphagnum is there. I'm only trying to grow one type, and I have no idea what type mine is.

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There are more then 200 species around the world. But there is a small selection of species that is rather common so it shouldn't be super hard to determine the species if you know where it comes from. Some Sphagnum is always colored, but my red sphagnum turns completely green after I take cuttings, then turns red again after a couple of months. There are species who never turn red.  Also if you decide to take from the wild, if allowed in your country, never take a big amount, you can take a small sample and start from there, without damaging the moss.

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