Baltic peat is widely known for its physical, biological, and chemical properties. The climate and geological conditions in these latitudes foster the development of the valuable properties of peat.
The most important component of soil is organic substances, which make up the structure of soil and are an essential growth stimulant. Peat ensures high moisture absorbability, air circulation around the plant roots, and low heat conductivity, thus creating optimum conditions for cultivating plants and stimulating development of the root system. Baltic peat ensures the best possible environment for plant development and the formation of a root system.
You can use the peat that we offer as a raw material for producing substrates, as well as to improve the soil in horticulture and agriculture.
White Block Peat – 300-litre bags
Standard peat: 0-10 – texture peat
The fine texture ensures a very high level of water retention, which protects the plants from drying out. It is often used as soil to foster sprouting (frequently for automatic sowing lines). Suitable for the reproduction of seed vegetables, trees, decorative plants, as well as for improving other types of soil.
Coarse fraction peat: 10-30mm Coarse texture peat
This peat is intended for perennial potted plants (trees and shrubs), because they ensure high air capacity. Coarse fraction peat ensures air exchange and drainage of the same level as that which can be achieved with the presence of perlite and vermiculite.
Substrate Peat Block peat
Pre formulated substrates – 250 litre bags
Pre formulated Terracult substrates are produced in modern mixing facilities where the peat’s texture is maintained. Besides the large selection of various peats (block peat, milled peat, structure and level of decomposition), Terracult also offers many aggregates such as clay granulate, perlite, fertilisers, such as micronutrient fertiliser and patterned release fertiliser, and other materials.
*Order Lead time 4-5 months for Container or pallet orders.