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Re: coconut fiber

Be very careful of Coconut fiber!!!!!!  After about six or eight months the
top can look great....  but just below the surface.... the media has turned
to mush....  it disintergrates like you would not believe!  Now, this might
just be in the climate here in South Florida....  But, I had a lot of
rotted roots because of it.....Years ago, I tried it....  Now, would not
touch it with a ten foot pole.....  even one that was twelve foot!!!

>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  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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