3 L Peat-free Coir Compost

For Peat's Sake
 
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£5.99
 

The 'For Peat's Sake!' block is dehydrated coconut coir. Once water is added, the coir will hydrate and grow to approximately 3 Litres! This growing medium is 100% peat-free and can be used to support plants in pots, including house plants and vegetables.

The blocks are made from 100% coconut husk and offer the optimum air to water ratio, encouraging healthy root growth.

The coir includes no artificial fertiliser so when planted, should be fed organic proprietary plant food.

All packaging is recyclable.

 

 

About For Peat's Sake!
For peat's sake! was set up by George, following 3 years of studying geography at university. During this time, a recurring theme of the relationship between the human's need for resources and the decline of environmental health was made obvious. This lead to George finding out about peatlands, their importance to our planet and how they're treated.

Shocked by the continual destruction of peatlands for compost manufacturing, George thought it was vital to spread awareness about the damaging practice of peat harvesting, and offer an affordable, eco-friendly alternative to peat-based composts!

Through the support and expertise of his family and friends, for peat's sake! took form and is now ready to supply all with a sustainable method of planting!

 

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