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 Posted: Mon Feb 18th, 2013 02:26 pm
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slateworks



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In the pet department of the local garden centre this morning I saw a bag of Vermiculite, seemingly used to help snakes' eggs to hatch. It's cheap and extremely light weight and I wondered if it could be used for ballast or ground cover. It's ground up volcanic rock and a pale sandy brown colour and at £4.50 ($7) for a huge 10 litre bag weighing only a few ounces, would cover a lot of ground. If anyone has tried this material, I'd welcome your comments and suggestions. I'm modelling in On30 by the way.
Doug



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