Peat Moss Explained

Peat Moss has good water retention properties and is holds nutrition well despite it forming in nutrient-poor areas. Due to its structure is has a high cat-ion exchange capacity thus making it a good and forgiving grow medium.

The Science Behind Peat Moss

Peat moss is a type of peat characterized by its vegetative composition. The type of vegetation decaying to form part of the peat can vary, depending on the region and the nutrient content of the peatland. Peat can be used in its pure form or it could be blended with other substrates such as vermiculite and perlite for different applications.

Our peat is imported from one of the world’s biggest peat producers in the Nordic region. Our professional white peat is of premium quality and enriched with wetting agents, exceptionally microbiologically active, and full of beneficial fungi.

Peat Moss Grades

ECO RE150 Fine mix
Applications
  • Young Plants & Seedlings
  • Forestry & Cuttings
  • Fruit Trees

Screening Size
  • H2 – H4
  • 0 – 10mm

pH
  • 5.4 – 6.9

Electrical Conductivity
  • 16 – 48 mS/m

Moisture Content
  • 50 – 60%

ECO RE150 Medium
Applications
  • Fruit Trees
  • Ornamental & Potting Plants
  • Soft Fruits

Screening Size
  • 04 – 20mm

pH
  • 4.2 (3.7 – 5.2)

Electrical Conductivity
  • 6 (3 – 9) mS/m

Moisture Content
  • 50 – 65%

ECO RA150 Course
Applications
  • Seedlings
  • Berries
Screening Size
  • 6 – 40mm

pH
  • 4.2 (3.7 – 5.2)

Electrical Conductivity
  • 6 (3 – 9) mS/m

Moisture Content
  • 50 – 65%

PackagingBales/PalletPallet Dimensions40′ HC Container
150LBales/Pallet880 x 1000 x 2400up to 24

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