NATURAL PEAT
Natural Sphagnum peat moss
The highest quality peat for the production of professional grade substrates
Best for modern horticulture
Meets the all requirements for professional growing media

Peat is a predictable raw material that is easy to adjust thanks to its large buffer capacity. For this and other reasons, peat has so far had a large content in substrates.

Natural raw material for organic growing media

Our select line of Baltic Sphagnum peat moss is 100% organic. The high water holding capacity and excellent aeration makes our peat moss the choice for growers who mix their own and for other professional uses.

 

 

Fine structure peat for seedling series. Plug and germination. natural pH 3,5-4,5.  Well adapted for water-sensitive crops by providing low water retention levels and good air porosity for developing seedlings.
Specification

Main figures

Degree of decomposition: H2-H5
pH value (CaCl2): approx. 3,0-4,0
pH value (H20): approx. 3,5-4,5
Organic matter: 90-98 weight % (dry)
Water holding capacity: 45-55 vol. %
Salt level (KCI):
Fertiliser:
Electrical conductivity: approx. till 10 mS/m (lab values)

Chemical Properties:

Chemical Properties:

pH value (H2O) approx. 3,5-4,5
Salt level* (KCl) < 0,1 g/l

(* calculated from the conductitivity of the human acid)

Soluble Nutrients Available To The Plants :

Nitrogen (N) < 7 mg/l
Phosphate (P2O5) < 7,8 mg/l
Potassium oxide (K2O) < 40 mg/l

The peed is free of seeds, nematodes, and free of plant-injurious matters. The value of radioactivity is below the value, which is permissable for food. Without anorganic fertilizers.

 

Nutrients

Soluble Nutrients Available To The Plants :

Nitrogen (N) < 50 mg/l
Phosphate (P2O5) < 30 mg/l
Potassium oxide (K2O) < 40 mg/l

The peed is free of seeds, nematodes, and free of plant-injurious matters. The value of radioactivity is below the value, which is permissable for food. Without anorganic fertilizers.

Analysis Certificate

Baltic (Latvian) high bog peat degree of decomposition H 2 – H5
Structure: 0 – 10 mm

Packaging:

6000 L , 250L  ,  150 L

Description

Crops

  • Seeds or Cuttings
  • Cell Packs/Flats
  • Liner/Propagation Trays

Usage guidance

Baltic sphagnum peat moss is premium base for growing media, thanks to ability hold more than 10 times its weight in water and provides structure for root systems to exchange gases. It has a low nutritive content and pH, so it can easily be amended with fertilizer and limestone for the cultivation of horticulture plants. It is predictable and sustainable, making it the preferred choice of growers.

Ingredients

Select fine screened white Sphagnum peat moss, Limestone, Fibasorb (wetting agent).

Benefits

  • Suitable for hydro-seedling applications
  • Base for germination media
  • Minimal variation from season to season
  • Approved for organic growing

 

Medium structure peat for general potting series. Pot and bedding plants. Natural pH 3,5-4,5. Wetting agent. Well adapted for water-sensitive crops by providing low water retention levels and good air porosity for developing seedlings.

Specification

Main figures

Degree of decomposition: H2-H8
pH value (CaCl2): approx. 5,2 – 6,0
pH value (H20): approx. 5,7 – 6,5
Organic matter: 85 – 90 weight % (dry)
Water holding capacity: 45-55 vol. %
Salt level (KCI): approx. 0,3 g/l
Fertiliser: approx. 0,3 g/l
Electrical conductivity: approx. 170 – 220 µS/cm (lab values)

Chemical Properties:

Chemical Properties:

pH value (H2O) approx. 3,5
Salt level* (KCl) < 0,4 g/l

(* calculated from the conductitivity of the human acid)

Soluble Nutrients Available To The Plants :

Nitrogen (N) < 50 mg/l
Phosphate (P2O5) < 30 mg/l
Potassium oxide (K2O) < 40 mg/l

The peed is free of seeds, nematodes, and free of plant-injurious matters. The value of radioactivity is below the value, which is permissable for food. Without anorganic fertilizers.

 

Nutrients

Soluble Nutrients Available To The Plants :

Nitrogen (N) < 50 mg/l
Phosphate (P2O5) < 30 mg/l
Potassium oxide (K2O) < 40 mg/l

The peed is free of seeds, nematodes, and free of plant-injurious matters. The value of radioactivity is below the value, which is permissable for food. Without anorganic fertilizers.

Analysis Certificate

Baltic (Latvian) high bog peat degree of decomposition H 2 – H5
Structure: 0 – 10 mm

Packaging:

6000 L , 250L  ,  150 L

Description

Crops

  • Annuals
  • Foliage plants
  • Potted flowering plants
  • Greenhouse vegetables
  • Young plant propagation
  • Vegetable transplants

Usage guidance

Baltic sphagnum peat moss is premium base for growing media, thanks to ability hold more than 10 times its weight in water and provides structure for root systems to exchange gases. It has a low nutritive content and pH, so it can easily be amended with fertilizer and limestone for the cultivation of horticulture plants. It is predictable and sustainable, making it the preferred choice of growers.

Ingredients

Select medium screened white Sphagnum peat moss, Limestone, Fibasorb (wetting agent).

Benefits

  • Greater frequency of dry‑down periods (compared to general purpose peat-based mixes)
  • Grower can more easily leach fertilizer salts during crop cycle
  • Difficult to over-water
  • Well suited for undesirable, year-round weather conditions

 

 

Coarse structure peat for transplanting series. Natural pH  3.5-4.5. Provides a great growing environment to growers looking for a significant drainage capacity, increased air porosity and lower water retention, superior-quality product adapted to their needs for watering flexibility and crop seasonality.

Specification

Main figures

Degree of decomposition: H2-H8
pH value (CaCl2): approx. 5,2 – 6,0
pH value (H20): approx. 5,7 – 6,5
Organic matter: 85 – 90 weight % (dry)
Water holding capacity: 45-55 vol. %
Salt level (KCI): approx. 0,3 g/l
Fertiliser: approx. 0,3 g/l
Electrical conductivity: approx. 170 – 220 µS/cm (lab values)

Chemical Properties:

Chemical Properties:

pH value (H2O) approx. 3,5
Salt level* (KCl) < 0,4 g/l

(* calculated from the conductitivity of the human acid)

Soluble Nutrients Available To The Plants :

Nitrogen (N) < 50 mg/l
Phosphate (P2O5) < 30 mg/l
Potassium oxide (K2O) < 40 mg/l

The peed is free of seeds, nematodes, and free of plant-injurious matters. The value of radioactivity is below the value, which is permissable for food. Without anorganic fertilizers.

 

Nutrients

Soluble Nutrients Available To The Plants :

Nitrogen (N) < 50 mg/l
Phosphate (P2O5) < 30 mg/l
Potassium oxide (K2O) < 40 mg/l

The peed is free of seeds, nematodes, and free of plant-injurious matters. The value of radioactivity is below the value, which is permissable for food. Without anorganic fertilizers.

Analysis Certificate

Baltic (Latvian) high bog peat degree of decomposition H 2 – H5
Structure: 0 – 10 mm

Packaging:

6000 L , 250L  ,  150 L

Description

Crops

  • Annuals
  • Foliage plants
  • Potted flowering plants
  • Greenhouse vegetables
  • Young plant propagation
  • Vegetable transplants
  • Hydroponic

Usage guidance

Baltic sphagnum peat moss is premium base for growing media, thanks to ability hold more than 10 times its weight in water and provides structure for root systems to exchange gases. It has a low nutritive content and pH, so it can easily be amended with fertilizer and limestone for the cultivation of horticulture plants. It is predictable and sustainable, making it the preferred choice of growers.

Ingredients

Select medium screened white Sphagnum peat moss, Limestone, Fibasorb (wetting agent).

Benefits

  • Dries out more frequently than general purpose, peat‑based mixes
  • Well suited for low-light growing conditions and high humidity
  • More difficult to overwater crops
  • Reduces incidence of water related problems (root diseases, algae and fungus gnats)
  • Holds less water for improved leaching of fertilizer salts during crop cycle
RHP quality mark for horticultural substrates

Our raw materials and substrates conform to the guidelines laid down by the Dutch RHP foundation:

  • all substrates are pure and clean
  • every delivery has the same quality
  • the delivered substrate complies with the agreed specifications
  • risks are minimised to prevent pests and diseases