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compost too moist

compost too moist

30 января 2010

i prepared compost for the very first time though i think i went wrong with the watering. My compost was to moist that the spawn run is taking too long. any ideas on how i can get it to release moisture without compromising my crop. I am using growing bags.
Thanks

Richie


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