Irish Moss Peat by Gerry Delaney

Run by Gerry Delaney, we have been serving the local community for a number of years now, supplying top quality moss peat to gardeners and landscapers

Why Mosspeat?
The benefits of peat moss are surprisingly vast, not just for the garden, but to the environment as a whole. Peat regularly thrives in peat bogs and is a soft, lighter version of regular soil. It has a crumbly texture with many fibers that allow it to absorb lots of water and nutrients, releasing them as needed.

Water and Nutrient Absorption
Peat moss provides the cell structure of an ideal sponge for nutrient and water absorption. It will absorb them or add them to the ground over time, depending on what you saturate the peat moss with. It can add much-needed nutrients to your plants through the soil as a type of time-release fertilizer. Peat moss can also hold 20 times its weight in moisture, so it acts as a time-release for watering as well.

Economic Benefits
Sphagnum peat moss is lightweight and very easy to use. This not only provides you with more bang for your buck, but it also lasts a long time. It decomposes slowly over several years and is always free of pesticides and other plants such as weeds upon purchase.

Improves Soil Quality
When added to soil, peat moss benefits many different types. For heavy, clay-like soil, peat moss can help aerate and loosen it up. This in turn allows proper healthy root growth. For sandy or loamy soils, peat moss adds more substance and body, helping the soil retain moisture and nutrients. Peat moss also protects soil from obtaining a crusty surface, which deters moisture retention.

Improves Composting
Peat moss speeds up the composting process because the high acidity content traps nitrogen elements. It actually extends the life of compost by almost five times, according to the Gardening Advisor website.

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