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just ben doing a google search on seapeat where would it be found and what to look for
not that i would want a lot of it
 

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Make your own, take a block of sphagnum moss peat, shred, put in an old fashioned (not plastic!) sack, and lob it into the sea so itis covered,then uncovered by the tides, and leave to soak for a couple of weeks. Squeeze out excess seawater , and there's your sea peat.
Just make sure that the peat you use doesn't have any unwanted additives like fertilisers, NPK, etc.
Good luck with it, it worked for me!

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what on earth do you use seapeat for?? :unsure:
 

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potting up seaweed cuttings.:)

some shop bought ragworm comes in peat and some think the worms keep longer in this than other alternatives.
 

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is there a diference between spag moss peat and spag moss!

do i get it from a gardening centre or petshop?

cheers stu
Sphagnum Moss peat can be got from a gardening centre Stu.
 
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