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Re: coconut fiber

Hello to all(and excuse me for taping hell!)

Thanks for all the reaction about the utilisation of coconut fiber.Like i
see, some are positive, some very negative and some soft positive;So i think
that all i had to do is try,with a lot of precaution.I will mix it with
stone lave and charcoal wood.
I will let you know what is my experiance.
Thanks again

-----Message d'origine-----
De : Dany Hervelle <bs246466@skynet.be>
 : Multiple recipients of list AROID-L <aroid-l@mobot.org>
Date : jeudi 1 juin 2000 01:20
Objet : coconut fiber

>Hell to all  Did someone have experiance with aroid  cultivation in a
>medium composed in major part of coconut fiber?There are some  nurserys
>where we can get this here now and&nbsp; will try this.Also,of course i
>know that it is not aroid,did someone know some serious nurserys where i
>can get  unusuals species of calathea,or some colectors who may be
>interesting with  trade.I know that most of the aroiders are ofen also
>gingers! Thanks  Dany

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