What Alex said.i am looking for a good substrate coco coir is not available in my area
thankyou my local pet store owner recommended moss peat saying its best i was suspicious so i asked here thxHello!
1. No peat moss, sphagnum moss and sand should be used.
2. No aspen bedding, rabbit pellets, newspapers, hay and straws or cat litter.
3. You can check garden centers, DIY stores and plant nurseries for orchid (fir, not pine) bark or coco coir (it's used in hydroponics as well).
4. The last resort could be the plain dirt from your garden (without pesticides, compost yard waste and small pebbles). Don't use store-bought soil - you can't be sure about bag contents (perlite, composted toxic plants, chemicals and such)