Primasta Potting Soil
The Primasta Potting Soil is a lightweight soil with a composition and specific structure that is appropriately suited for plants in pots and flower containers. It is made up of organic (plant-based or animal-based) materials, minerals, inorganic materials, fertilizers, etc.
One of the major components of the potting soil is peat. Peat is an age-old, natural raw material that has its origins in plant remains. An important property of peat is its absorbing capacity. It absorbs moisture quickly and also retains it for a long period of time. Peat also has growth stimulating advantages as well. Another important component of potting soil can also be coir. Dependent on the use, peat is mixed with products like bark, coir, compost, sand, fertilizers, and lime. In this way structure, composition and nutrients together cause the plant can root in its ideal soil. A healthy root system creates better growth and allows the plant to stand sturdy.
- The potting soil serves the same purpose as any kind of soil. It supports plant growth by serving as a means to deliver nutrients and water.
- Soil acts as a reservoir to retain moisture and nutrients around your plants’ roots. It provides enough air and anchorage for growing roots.
- It is lightweight. This feature helps to facilitate transport and resist compacting.
- Peat is the most important component.
- It is very suitable for plants in pots and flower containers.
- The potting soil is lightweight compared to garden soil.