Peat Free Compost
What is it?
Peat-free compost is environmentally friendly compost which is made from a blend of materials, such as recycled garden cuttings, composted barks and tree surgeons waste. Some of the waste garden materials used to manufacture the peat replacements would previously have been sent to landfill but are now being recycled into peat substitutes.
Pear-free compost (often reffered to as peat-free multipurpose compost) is mainly used for sowing seeds, growing cuttings and potting up plants.
Recycled garden compost is made from 100% domestic garden waste collected via council kerbside collections. The garden waste is placed in windrows and composted and then allowed to mature. It is then screened and bagged primarily for use as a soil conditioner.
Why Use peat-free compost?
Why Use peat-free soil conditioner?
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