Sphagnum Coarse Peat
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Sphagnum Course Screened Peat is an organic product of glacial movement across the landscape of Minnesota, which created numerous lake beds and depressions where decaying mosses, reeds and grass collected.
- These plants have been decomposing for approximately 6,000 years.
- It will also help you utilize pesticide spray applications more effectively.
- Peat increases soil buffering which smooths out the peaks and valleys during grow-in.
- Peat also offers substantial soil buffering capability that you would not have with straight sand.
- Peat will increase your water holding capacity, and increase nutrient retention (cation exchange capacity).
- It is very acidic in nature and typically is yellow to light brown in color.
- Peat, Inc. has three of the largest peat farms in Minnesota.