Potting soil is a collective term for different kinds of soil with each their own composition and specific structure, especially for plants in pots and flower containers. Potting soil is lightweight, contrary to for instance the heavier dark garden soil. One of the biggest components of potting soil is peat.
On the basis of research, the potting soil manufacturers succeeded in developing a high-quality potting soil for nearly every plant, nutrients, the structure and the composition of the soil have exactly been tuned to the use.
Dependent on the grower need, peat is mixed with products like bark, coir, compost, clay, sand, fertilizers and lime. In this way structure, composition and nutrients together cause that the plant can root in its ideal soil. A healthy root system creates a better growth and allows the plant to stand sturdy.
To get healthy, strong plants, the potting soil has to satisfy the special needs of the each specific plant. In addition to a good soil structure, there are for example also certain nutrients and appropriate lime necessary, to let the plant grow and develop well. Nitrogen for example, is necessary for the growth of a plant and iron is necessary for the production of the leafs and the flowering.
The potting soils developed and produced by the Areapeat company meet all the basic needs for the best and most sustainable plant development.
Aerated potting soil for quick and stronger rooting, and high-quality crops. We convincing growers worldwide of the added value of black and sod peat to classic Baltic peat moss as a raw materials for the cultivation of vegetables, soft fruit, flowers and plants.
• Holds water but does not waterlog as well as good aeration
• Different nutrition levels to suit crop
• Optimal initial nutrition to encourage rooting and control growth
• Ready to Use
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