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Bord Na Móna offers high-performing compost

Published: 28 June 2019

This Peat Free Multipurpose Compost is based on high quality sustainable ingredients mixed with all the essential plant nutrients to ensure healthy and vigorous plants at all stages of growth and under a variety of growing conditions. The high-performing compost is ideal for use with both indoor and outdoor plants, and is recommended for sowing seeds, rooting cuttings and filling pots, hanging baskets and tubs. The Pro 5 All Purpose Compost is a real innovation in the premium multipurpose compost category, aimed at keen, discerning gardeners who appreciate the very best in terms of performance and consistency. The carefully crafted, professional grade formula from Bord Na Móna comprises a superior blend of high quality Irish peat and sustainable alternative ingredients. These are mixed with essential plant nutrients to produce a premium compost perfect for germinating seeds, growing on seedlings, tubs and baskets. The sustainable ingredients provide natural nutrients and bigger, brighter blooms, while vermiculite helps optimise air-water balance to ensure healthy roots.

 
 

 

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