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Peat Free Compost Trial 2017, Growing Carrots

Why Use Peat Free Compost?

Peatlands are extraordinary environments, which cover just 2-3% of the planet’s surface.  These scarce ecosystems are also very fragile, they are dependent on sufficient moisture levels being available, and they require a slightly cooler temperature range to allow the necessary sphagnum moss, which slowly forms peat, to grow, flourish, and reproduce.  Peat bogs can increase at a rate of one millimetre per year if the desired conditions are present. 

Gourmet Vegetables to Grow Now

I love April, it’s such a super month in the garden – there are so many beautiful vegetables that you can sow now.