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Old 01-02-2013, 05:45 PM   #1 
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First attempt at NPT, soil question

Hi there!

I'm attempting to switch my tank to a NPT. At the moment I have a few plants anchored or potted. (And a little moss ball!) I went to the store today to try and get the soil, but the only organic soil I could find was this (http://www.burpee.com/ssm/organic-se...rod131352.html). When I got home I realized it's not true soil, but coir. Does anyone have any ideas if this is safe to use or should I try returning it?

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return it, it is totally different, coir is coconut husks. this is seed starting medium and it floats a lot more than soil. it has a weaker mineral content also. not sure what it would do to your ph. it may make your water a little softer.
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