I'm currently looking at two different kinds of organic compost and I was wondering which one would be better for my new isopod colony (common woodlice). One is mushroom compost and retains more water and the other is vegetable compost & has stuff like mites and tiny organisms in it. Is there any chance the vegetable compost would be harmful to my colony bc of the stuff in it? Should I just stick with the mushroom one?? Both are all purpose if that changes anything. Thanks in advance for any help :)
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