Premier® 3.8 Cubic Feet Sphagnum Peat Moss (0082P)
This item can be purchased on-line, however, due to shipping restrictions, ITEM PICKUP IS ONLY AVAILABLE AT YOUR LOCAL ACE STORE.
- 3.8 cu. ft.
- Used as a based material for planting, transplanting live nursery stock, flowers, trees, any horticultural application
- Use indoor or outdoor
- Aerates soils
- Adds organic content to sandy soils
- Loosens clay soils
- Improves water drainage and nutrient/water retention
- Saves water
- OMRI listed (Organic Materials Research Institute)
- Compressed bail
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- Could Be A Little Cheaper
- Bringing Down The Ph Of Your Soil
Comments about PREMIER 1021736 Premier� 3.8 Cubic Feet Sphagnum Peat Moss (0082P):
I went to my local Ace Hardware picked up the bag and fluffed it out. Then,I worked it into my soil. I purchased the product to bring down the pH of my western soil. I'm alternating between sphagnum peat moss and steer manure as well as bloodmeal to bring down the pH of my clay-based soil.