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Fruitful Soil No. 4 | Peat-free Soil

For the natural garden

Fruitful Soil No. 4 | Peat-free Soil


Article number: 2193733


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Product information "Fruitful Soil No. 4 | Peat-free Soil"

The ability of peat to absorb nutrients and water is unrivalled. In this Fruitful Soil without peat we approach these abilities with the addition of coconut fibres and powdered clay. In addition, there is quality-assured green compost. The Fruitful Soil No. 4 can be used just like No. 2, however, for the same success we recommend using significantly more substrate than with Fruitful Soil No. 2: to improve the soil in the planting area use 1 sack per m²; when planting trees and shrubs always mix 1:1 with garden soil.
• without peat, but with coconut fibres
• with expanded clay for structural improvement
• with powdered clay for nutrient storage
  • Available February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November

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