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#21 acs1

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Posted 03 June 2019 - 11:56 AM

 

Of course, I get it.  It's a process.  That's why I opt not to offer the "search is your friend" advice. ;)

 

Was just joking around, you have given me much solid info/advice that makes perfect sense. I appreciate your knowledge as I do all the other chile whisperers on our forum... Thank you.

 

Been looking this morning for more pine fines. Having a hard time finding more aged pine fines here in s FL. My local nursery doesn't carry them any longer.
 



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Posted 03 June 2019 - 12:00 PM

 

Was just joking around, you have given me much solid info/advice that makes perfect sense. I appreciate your knowledge as I do all the other chile whisperers on our forum... Thank you.

 

Been looking this morning for more pine fines. Having a hard time finding more aged pine fines here in s FL. My local nursery doesn't carry them any longer.
 

 

Ask the nurseries who used to carry them, who their supplier was.  I get mine from a bulk supplier.

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Also, check Craigslist and Facebook marketplace for someone in your area who might be selling them.  It's a whole lot easier to source in north and central Florida, but you never know...


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