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Westland Seed & cutting Compost 10L
- Ideal for cultivating seeds & cuttings.
- 80% peat
- Place compost in a tray or pot and fill to just below the rim. Tap down the compost with a board or level tool to give a flat even surface. Water the compost thoroughly and allow to drain. Sow the seeds evenly over the whole surface. Cover seeds evenly with a thin layer of compost and water using a watering can with a fine rose. Ensure that the compost is kept moist by covering the seeds with a thin layer of polythene or a sheet of glass until the seeds have germinated. Keep seeds out of direct sunlight. One bag fills approximately 14x 10cm pots
Features and benefits
Gro-Sure Seed & Cutting Compost is a unique compost that has been specifically developed to ensure perfect growing conditions for seed germination as well as seedling and cutting establishment. The formula contains a fine grade Vermiculite, a naturally occurring substance that aids in drainage and aeration as well as plant extracts that stimulate young seeds and cuttings to produce strong, healthy seedlings and growth.
- Improves germination by 25% for the best start*
- Super fine grade
- *When trialled with standard seed & cutting compost and standard seed
|Litre capacity (L)||10L|
Awful seed compost
Tonk123 - 1 month ago
Full of hard lumps and pieces of bark. Had to sieve before using. Will not buy again
Louise321 - 1 month ago
Please consider a B&Q peat-free alternative to this product.
Our UK peatlands are vital for carbon capture and act as our very own rainforest, as well as a haven for wildlife.
Almost entirely peat
Jawbox - 4 months ago
I’m suprised that it is being marketed as ‘superfine’ given that it is composed almost entirely of peat which is a chunky and lumpy consistency (aside from the fact that it is terrible for the environment and we really should avoid using it).
Bert Owner - 4 months ago
Super Fine??? You're having a laugh!!!
I went to plant some early seeds, reached into the bag for a handful of super fine compost, only to come out with a handful of lumps, pieces of bark, and fairly ordinary compost.
I had to seive it before I could use it otherwise my tiny seedlings wouldn't have had a chance with those lumps on their heads. Very, very disappointed, and not looking forward to having to seive the remaining 29.5 litres I bought.