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Old March 29, 2022   #1
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Has anyone tried using PittMoss when seed starting? Joe Gardener recommends the Plentiful version. If you used it how did it work and how much did it take to fill flats? It looks very fluffy. I will be starting 12 flats of tomatoes next week. Thanks
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Old March 29, 2022   #2
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Never heard of it before.
Sounds interesting.

https://pittmoss.com/product/plentiful/
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Old April 10, 2022   #3
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Seems to work just fine. I mixed half and half with the seed starting mix I already had.
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Old April 10, 2022   #4
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Thank you, I order some of this PiittMoss to help splice a cutting of my Shepfard Mallory Muscadine Grapevine for a Pastor!!!!!!!

He said that I should cut the vine in 4 places and put pit moss in a plastic bag placing it around the Vine. Then wait about 2 weeks and I will see the roots appear in the bag. That is when it times to cut the vine completely.

He also Identify the last "unknown plant" that I let grow freely that grew all around my Mini Farms until the property was Identified. It is called "Cleavers" to help end cancer and other conditions and maintain healthy soil. That is why I am finished with my collection if the Late Dr. Carolyn's Joyce Dokter" turns out to look like a Christmas Tree ornament that is pointed on the end of it a Heart round shape.
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I am sorry the Correct plant Identification is called "Cleavers" that's been unidentified on my historical Properties and Mini Farms. Growing all over these areas in my section of town.
https://www.eatweeds.co.uk/cleavers-galium-aparine
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How is the drainage and "wetness" of the PittMoss? It looks like it would compact and stay very wet. (?)
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Thank you, I order some of this PiittMoss to help splice a cutting of my Shepard Mallory Muscadine Grapevine for a Pastor!!!!!!!

He said that I should cut the vine in 4 places and put pit moss in a plastic bag placing it around the Vine cutting I made. Then wait about 2 weeks and I will see the roots appear in the bag. That is when it times to cut the vine completely.

He also Identify the last "unknown plant" that I let grow freely that grew all around my Mini Farms until the property was Identified. It is called "Cleavers" to help end cancer and other conditions and maintain healthy soil. That is why I am finished with my collection if the Late Dr. Carolyn's Joyce Dokter" turns out to look like a Christmas Tree ornament that is pointed on the end of it a Heart round shape.
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