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Earth Cycle’s Potting Compost has been specially formulated for potting and sowing seeds and young plants. At the core of this Peat-Free growing medium is a blend of composted fine bark and coir, with a slow release fertiliser which is resistant to leeching and will last for up to 12 weeks with no risk of scorching young or delicate plants making it a perfect solution for growing your seedlings in pots in the garden or at the allotment. 

Earth Cycle’s Potting Compost has been specially formulated for potting and sowing seeds and young plants. At the core of this Peat-Free growing medium is a blend of composted fine bark and coir, with a slow release fertiliser which is resistant to leeching and will last for up to 12 weeks with no risk of scorching young or delicate plants making it a perfect solution for growing your seedlings in pots in the garden or at the allotment. 

Benefits of our Peat-Free Potting Compost

Earth Cycle’s Potting Compost has been specially formulated for potting and sowing seeds and young plants. At the core of this Peat-Free growing medium is a blend of composted fine bark and coir, with a slow release fertiliser which is resistant to leeching and will last for up to 12 weeks with no risk of scorching young or delicate plants making it a perfect solution for growing your seedlings in pots in the garden or at the allotment. 

 Peat-Free

 Organic

 Vegan Friendly


How to use our Potting Compost

1, Fill small pots, containers or trays with compost then water the compost generously, leaving it to drain out. 

2, Evenly distribute seeds on top of the soil leaving 2-3cm between them. Then cover the seeds with a thin layer of compost, about the same depth as the seed. The smaller the seed, the less soil you’ll need to cover them with.

3, Cover the container with a small plastic bag or piece of glass to keep the soil moist and the temperature regulated and then leave on a bright windowsill for germination. Now sit back and wait for propagation.

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Storage

To get the most out of your remaining compost, cover the bag and leave in a cool dry place to stop it getting waterlogged and to keep insects and weeds out. Refresh any compost in pots yearly to replace nutrients. It is also recommended to feed container plants to keep nutrient levels high.

Nutritional Analysis

Nutrients

mg/litre

Total Soluble N

25.4 

Phosphorous (P)

15.4

Potassium (K)

199.2

Calcium (Ca)

4.9

Magnesium (Mg)

1.7

Sulphate (S)

207.3

Iron (Fe)

1.83

Typical Properties:

 

Bulk Density 

394 kg/m3

pH

6.6