Hortycultural peat is produced by milling a layer of peat from the peat bog surface. After drying, the milled peat is ridged and collected. Hortycultural peat is used for establishing flower gardens and improving the garden soil structure. Hortycultural peat can be used as a bedding material in animal farming or as faecal gases binder in outhouses.
Features: pH 3.5–5.0
Degree of decomposition H1–H3 (10–25%)
Consumption moisture content up to 50%
Porosity up to 80% of the total volume
The initial material of milled peat is bog peat with a small degree of decomposition, which has good water capacity and the porosity necessary for plant growth.
Sold in bulk.