*lol not into more smells then subject to in daily life*lol
I was wondering if play sand was any good for veggie seeds I have read conflicting opinions.
I usually use sphagnum peat moss, perlite and vermiculite.
I'm leaning to towards getting away from sphagnum peat moss, takes a few hours to get moist, and little flies come with it often.Wet and seems like they germinate every 10 days or so,dont have time to play catch the flies *LOL
I think top soil has been coming 7.5 pH, Peat also.
**Wonder if any one has tested elsewhere...
I bought the peat for my new Azaleas and tested it and it was 7.5 I was bothered, being it is used to make the soil acid and was higher then my soil was.
Also my compost with manure I bought was horrible.It stuck and stained my hands and clothing and didn't smell like any compost I ever handled,more like soy products, which clearly doesn't not break down.
I have found topsoil in a bag that was really nice to work with. I haven't used topsoil for veggies...Whats your thoughts!??